LONDON, June 25 (Reuters) - Prices of minor metals used to make steel and aircraft parts firmed over the last week as consumers bought enough to meet their immediate needs. But traders said gains were small and should not be seen as a precursor to strong demand over the next few months. Steel ingredient molybdenum gained to around $10.50 a lb from $10.25 a lb last week and ferrovanadium rose to $23 a kg from $21.75 a kg. "There has been some business, but not a lot. People are not ...
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