UPDATE 2-Germany's SGL says '05 new orders exceed '04 level


(Adds analyst, spokesman) FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - Germany's SGL Carbon , the world's top producer of graphite electrodes for steelmakers, has currently received more orders for 2005 than for 2004, it said on Monday, lifting its shares. SGL also said in a statement it had raised prices of its electrodes by "a clear double-digit percentage" in Asia excluding China, by around 10 percent in North America and in Europe by less than 10 percent. "We have received more orders for 2005 ...

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