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Copper’s Rollercoaster, Aluminum Going Up More? – 9/23/20

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Scrap-Time!!! Hopefully, everyone is enjoying these prices which have conTinued to remain steady over the last seven days. But more importantly, many of you might be celebrating the beginning of the fall season by going apple picking and pumpkin picking this weekend and we look forward […]

Aluminum Sees Higher Demand – 9/16/2020

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Hey Scrappers! With so much going on at one time, from the beginning of football to the Presidential Election it sure seems like a long time ago since everyone was sitting around wondering when things were going to start to pick up. At the same time, […]

Oil Prices Drop, Are Steel Prices Next? – 9/9/20

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Scrap World! With the summer quickly ending and fall here, we are happy to see some very strong metal prices recently. Hopefully, the leaves changing in many parts of the country will not affect the prices other than going up, as we go into a very […]

Aluminum Prices Are Up?? – 9/2/20

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Hello Scrap World! We hope that everyone is staying busy and enjoying some of these higher copper and iron prices. With the prices increasing over the last few weeks, not only has it been nice to see it happening on the trading side of things but […]

Copper Hits $3.00, First Time Since 2018 – 8/19/20

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Boom!!! It finally happened, we have seen copper prices on the trading side of the market rise to over $3.00 per pound for the first time since June 2018. With a long wait, we’re happy to see these markets come back, although it has been a […]

After Quick Dip, Copper Recovered – 8/12/2020

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Oops! As they once said in the movie Anchorman, “That escalated quickly.” This week we are talking about the pricing of gold going over $2,000 an ounce for the first time and quickly coming back down to Earth as more economic news came out. Because of […]

Is Even Better Than Going Down? – 7/29/2020

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices Jump To Ferrous Prices Wait for it… …There it is, the ability to be completely uncertain of where the markets are going and why they might be moving one way or another. Good day scrappers and we hope that everyone is doing well And staying busy during the summer. Believe it […]

Copper Scrap Prices Heating Up? – 7/22/2020

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Good Day! We hope that everyone has been staying out of this extreme heat. If you’ve been working in it we hope that you have at least been cutTing up a lot of scrap and loading your trucks with it while drinking plenty of water. We […]

Copper Jumps $0.70 Since March – 7/15/20

Jump To Non-Ferrous Prices   Jump To Ferrous Prices Hot Markets! What we have seen over the last couple of months in the copper world has been unexpected but in a good way. So many times we get let down with the steel prices dropping or aluminum conTinuing to be in the tank but we […]

Do Stable Copper Prices Mean Increase Is Coming? – 7/8/2020

Copper prices are UP. Mic drop. We wish that we had the ability to say that every single week but let’s enjoy it as it comes. With the copper markets continuing to stay strong and increase to 2020 highs and nearing highs that we haven’t seen in the last year…it’s been a very positive sign for the recovery stages.

Copper Heats Up, Steel Cools Down – 7/1/2020

Believe it or not, we are already halfway through 2020. It seems like this is a year that many people want to be able to get past for more reasons than we could list and more reasons than we can count. At the end of the day, we hope that everyone is enjoying some of these higher copper prices, as well as a relatively stable iron market.

Potential Problems with China Cause Copper Drops – 6/25/20

Right now one of the biggest causes of concern that we have is with the copper market and the Chinese buyers. While looking at these markets, we have been able to see that they are very difficult to conceptualize and figure out where they will be going and how the Chinese will be changing their buying practices moving forward.