Moly – Platts assessed its daily molybdenum oxide price at $9.65 to 9.80 per pound, up from $9.65 to $9.75 per pound previously. European sources have said it is getting harder to find competitive prices for the material.
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Magnesium – A new method for treating wastewater from mining that involves magnesium and aluminum is being investigated by a Singapore-based company.
Moly – Molybdenum prices were fairly flat during October, but in Europe the metal managed to make some unexpected gains.
Coal – Wood Mackenzie believes that by 2020, coal will take oil's place as the most dominant source of fuel in the world.
Uranium – Reuters reported that European companies could be no longer required to have a Canadian partner in uranium mines. According to the publication, the remove of the longstanding requirement could result in greater investment in developing Canadian uranium reserves.
Zinc – MetalBulletin reported that some European buyers have agreed to premiums of $155 to $165 for special, high-grade zinc supply in 2014. That's $20 more than this year's FCA Rotterdam premiums.
Zinc – On October 1, Nyrstar, the world's biggest zinc producer, signed a strategic offtake and marketing agreement that will see Noble Group sell a portion of its European zinc production.
Copper – Indications of renewed copper demand from China have helped the red metal keep its losses to a minimum as the US dollar gains strength.
Magnesium – A brief overview of magnesium price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.
Copper – The United States' indecision regarding the continuation of its economic stimulus program is once again succeeding in pushing down copper prices. However, analysts seem unconcerned by the activity.