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European Aluminium Calls On European Commission To Address Subsidized Aluminium From China

European Aluminium Calls On European Commission To Address Subsidized Aluminium From China

Earlier this week aluminium trade group European Aluminium petitioned the European Commission to take the next step after issuing a white paper on the negative effects of subsidized imports to the continent by taking concrete actions against importers from the People’s Republic...

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Half-Year Report: Aluminium Prices Still Under Pressure

Base metals prices continued to slide in May and early June, with metals traded on the LME witnessing some serious losses, causing the index to drop by 6.6% in May. The reason for this fall remains the same: investors are cautious about demand for metals amid a lack of progress in the prolonged U.S.-China trade […]

May’s Rise In Aluminium Exports From China Boosted Prices Above Multi-Year Low

Data released by the government of the People’s Republic of China yesterday showed a surge in exports last month, leading to concerns of oversupply among market participants as well as a rebound from multi-year low prices. Numbers released by Beijing showed a month-on-month rise in exports last month of 7.6 percent to 536 thousand metric […]

China’s Aluminium Exports Break Record In January

Continued tepid domestic demand coaxed out a bumper crop of aluminium exports from the People’s Republic of China last month, breaking a four-year record high in the process. According to data from China’s Customs department on Thursday, domestic smelters sent 552 thousand metric tons overseas last month, besting December’s revised total of 520 thousand metric […]

China Ships Record 5.8 Million Metric Tons Of Aluminium In 2018

Aluminium exports from the People’s Republic of China set a new record last year, besting 2017’s total by 20.9 percent thanks in part to demand for Chinese aluminium bolstered by oppressive sanctions levied on Russia’s U.C. Rusal by the United States government. According to data released yesterday by China’s General Administration of Customs, Chinese smelters […]

Aluminium: Year in Review and What to Expect in 2019

It’s been a rocky year for metal prices. The second half of the year, especially November and December, were quite a disappointment, and all five LME traded base metals are on track to post yearly drops. The main reason for this negative market sentiment is the lasting uncertainty over U.S.- China trade sanctions and the […]