Week in Review: China’s stainless dominance; copper mine production falls; aluminum output rises

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It’s hard to believe we are already approaching the end of August — but here we are.
In the short term, this week saw coverage of a variety of issues. Stuart Burns tackled Chinese stainless steel consolidation earlier this week. Furthermore, he delved into a reversal of longer-term trends in flows of steel oversupply.
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In other developments, the September Monthly Metal Outlook (MMO) report will be released early next week. Furthermore, MetalMiner’s Annual Outlook will also be coming out in September. The Annual Outlook is an invaluable tool for metals buyers looking to set their metals spend strategy for the year ahead.
On top of all that, you’ll also soon start to see the next round of Monthly Metals Index (MMI) reports.
In short, there’s a lot going on in the world of metals and a lot to look forward to in the coming weeks.
With that, let’s take a brief look back at the week that was:

Week in Review, Aug. 24-28

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