EUROPE MINOR METALS-Minor metals prices extend losses


LONDON, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Minor metals prices extended losses over the last week on expectations demand will remain sluggish for the forseeable future. The worst hit have been those such as ferro chrome and ferro molybdenum used to make steel, a sector which has cut production sharply in recent months. Low carbon ferro chrome prices at around $2.4 a lb have fallen more than half since April, while ferro molybdenum at $25 a kg is down nearly two-thirds from the same period. Latest news ...

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