* Ferro silicon peaks at level not seen since November 2008 * Tight supplies, steel demand uptick support prices LONDON, March 25 (Reuters) - Many minor metals rose over the last week, with steel ingredient ferro silicon at a near 17-month high, as an uptick in demand combined with supply tightness had traders scrambling for material. Ferro silicon traded at $1,750/$1,950 a tonne compared with $1,375 a tonne last week, to touch a level not seen since early November 2008. "It's just the ...
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