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    A00 aluminium and alloy ingot prices down across China markets

  • China Aluminium Network
  • Post Time: 2018/11/14
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    According to SMM the latest average price of A00 Aluminium Ingot has today dropped to stand at RMB13720 per tonne, down RMB 110 per tonne from RMB 13830 per tonne on November 12. The average price would range between RMB 13700 – 13740 per tonne.

    A00 aluminium ingot prices are down across all major markets. In east market, the price has decreased by RMB100 per tonne to stand at RMB 137300 per tonne. In the south and north, the prices have fallen by RMB 120 per tonne and RMB 90 per tonne to stand at RMB 13780 per tonne and RMB 13760 per tonne, respectively.

    The average price of Aluminium Alloys (ADC12) dropped to RMB 15350 per tonne today on November 13 from RMB 15400 per tonne yesterday and expected to move within a range of RMB 15250 – 15450 per tonne.

    The prices of two major aluminium alloy varieties in China fell by RMB100 per tonne on Tuesday, November 13.The average prices of aluminium alloy (A380) and aluminium alloy (A356) currently stand at RMB 16050 and RMB 14450 per tonne respectively. The price of aluminium alloy (A356) and aluminium alloy (A380) are hovering at the range of RMB 14400-14500 per tonne and RMB 15950-16150 per tonne respectively.

    Source: www.alcircle.com
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