While Nickel has remained relatively steady in the 4.50-4.70 range the past few weeks, it hasn’t really brought an uptick in demands. And with the year coming to an end and with Holidays approaching, we anticipate a quiet end to 2015. I would guess we are all ready to put this year in the rear view mirror.
Lack of demand for tungsten continues to hurt prices. Tungsten Carbide hasn’t been this low since 2008.
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