* Farnborough air show supports some aerospace metals * Supply shortage may send indium above $600 -traders * LME satisfied with minor metal contract volumes By Michael Taylor LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - Many minor metals eased over the last week with volumes hit due by the summer lull, although many metals used in the aerospace industry bucked the overall trend on improving demand expectations. Among such gainers, titanium sponge 99.6 traded at $7.63 a kg versus four-month lows at ...
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