Caution: Price Volatility Ahead

Markham, Dan
March 2010
Metal Center News;Mar2010, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the volatility of prices in the U.S. metal industry. Executive Scott Immell points out that price volatility resolves into people who does not want to stock inventory. It notes that doubt over the fluctuating price of copper make red metals suppliers anxious on the future of their business, notwithstanding its increasing demand for brass and copper products.


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