November’s best: Nickel supply, steel prices and the copper deficit

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It has been a busy, busy year for metals, ranging from steel prices’ trajectory as we head toward 2020 to nickel prices’ reaction to Indonesia’s impending nickel ore export ban.

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While it’s hard to believe, the year is almost over — so before we jump into the final month of 2019, let’s take a look back at some of the most-viewed stories on MetalMiner from November:

  1. Amid Plunging U.S. Steel Prices, Has ‘Steelmageddon’ Arrived?

  2. What happened to the nickel supply shortfall?

  3. ICSG: Global copper market in deficit by 330K tons

  4. Freeport-McMorRan Uses AI to Optimize Production at Arizona Copper Mine

  5. ArcelorMittal Announces Shuttering of Plants in South Africa, Poland

  6. Chinese steel, raw material prices are on the rise

  7. This Morning in Metals: Automakers Await Trump’s Section 232 Auto Tariff Decision

  8. Metal manufacturers, users call for Section 232 sunset provision

  9. Aluminum Prices Rising Despite Weak Demand

  10. Goldman Sachs is Bullish on Oil Prices in the Long Term

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