LONDON, May 28 (Reuters) - Minor metal prices were steady over the last week with traders paying close attention to production costs of ferrochrome as concerns over weak summer demand kept a lid on most prices. Prices for steel ingredient ferrochrome , inched higher to about 65/75 U.S. cents per lb from around 60/75 U.S. cents per lb the week before. This is still well off highs above $2.80 per lb in April 2008. Traders said ferrochrome costs of production were under the microscope due ...
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