Magnesium – Car sales in Europe are finally turning around, and that could spur demand for magnesium used in automobile manufacturing.
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Magnesium – A new report from Roskill states that continued efforts to make lighter vehicles could increase magnesium consumption by 5 percent a year to 2017.
Magnesium – Sluggish demand in the Eurozone is likely to keep magnesium in the lower end of the price range for the next few months.
Magnesium – Magnesium prices are down due to a supply glut, but that doesn't mean all is negative for the metal used in steelmaking and as an aluminum alloy.
Magnesium – Platts reported that Chinese magnesium consumption is expected to hit a record high of 350,000 mt in 2013.
Magnesium – Magnesium consumption slumped in Europe last year, largely due to automotive industry plant closures and a precipitous drop in car sales. But while the European economy is still struggling, there are hopes that it may start recovering in the second half of 2013. China’s removal of its magnesium export tax should also help demand.
Magnesium – Platts reported that prices for Chinese magnesium ingot held steady this week, due to weak demand.
Magnesium – General Motors' breakthrough in magnesium car parts is lifting hopes that all manufacturers will make greater use of the metal, especially as the European Union's mandate to slash greenhouse gas emissions looms.
Magnesium – A brief overview of magnesium price developments, supply and demand, and significant market movers.
Magnesium – The WTO's ruling against China will have little impact on the magnesium market. Instead, surging energy prices may drive up demand for the metal amid growing demand for energy efficiency.