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METAL PRICES TO BOTTOM OUT: MOST ANALYSTS HOPEFUL

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: It might be a good time to lock in prices for metal products.   February 2016 – The price collapse stops here When will base metal prices stop falling?  They have been trending lower for months, even

BASE METAL PRICES PLUMMET

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: You should be paying significantly less for Stainless Steel and Bronze parts and components. 11.20.15 – Copper and nickel hit six- and 12½-year lows Two of the world’s most important industrial metals, copper and nickel, fell to fresh

RUBBER PRICES FALL EVEN MORE AS COMMODITIES SLUMP

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Rubber prices are at 6-year lows – a good time to approach suppliers for price decreases.   Rubber has emerged as one of the worst performers amid the slump in global commodities in recent weeks, thanks to a

METALS PRICES FOLLOW GOLD’S WAKE IN MULTIYEAR LOWS

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: A great time to be calling your metal parts suppliers and negotiating decreases.   China adding to market malaise Prices of major traded-metals have tumbled to multi-year lows as weak Chinese manufacturing data added to the brew of excess

COPPER AT LOWEST SINCE FINANCIAL CRISIS

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Industrial metals are at 6-year lows – a great time to approach suppliers to lower prices. Copper futures dipped below $5,000 a metric ton Tuesday (August 18, 2015) for the first time since the financial crisis, dropping under

Copper drops after last week 19-week high

Copper fell in London as stockpiles expanded the most since March and some investors viewed last week’s rally as excessive. The LME’s three-month copper contract on Monday was down 0.4 per cent at $7,125 a metric ton. Last week, copper

Copper longest rally since 2005

On the London Metal Exchange, copper for delivery in three months rose 0.4 percent to $6,915 a metric ton ($3.14 a pound). Copper futures for delivery in September gained 0.7 percent to settle at $3.166 a pound at 1:14 p.m.

China weighs on copper futures

Copper lost 2.2% to $6,615.50 per ton, in its worst week in over a month and a half, hit by fears of a slowdown in demand by China. The Asian nation is the world’s largest copper consumer, accounting for almost

Copper lower on concerns about China

Copper prices lost ground Tuesday on fears of a demand slowdown from China, the world’s largest consumer of the red metal. According to Jesper Donnesboe, senior raw materials strategist quoted by Bloomberg, copper prices were expected to go up due to

Copper hit by China demand concerns

The flash reading for China compiled by HSBC and Markit fell to a six month low of 49.6 in January versus 50.5 in December, fueling worries about demand in the world’s top metals consumer. Consequently, copper fell to its lowest