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On June 14, 2012, the Indian nickel cash price fell by two percent, making it the day’s biggest mover.

Meanwhile, the spot price of nickel ended a two-day climb on the LME, settling at $17,080 per metric ton. After a couple of days of improving prices on the LME, the nickel 3-month price held steady at $17,175.

Chinese stainless steel and raw material inputs prices were mixed for the day.

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On June 13, 2012, the day’s biggest mover was the price of Chinese primary nickel, which saw a 4.6 percent decline.

The price of Chinese 304 stainless steel scrap remained essentially flat above $2,800 per metric ton. At below $2,700 per metric ton, the price of Chinese 316 stainless steel scrap was essentially unchanged.

The price of Chinese 304 stainless coil continues hovering around $2,800 per metric ton for the fifth day in a row, while the price of Chinese 316 stainless coil saw essentially no change for the fifth day in a row as well.

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Rising 5.6 percent, the price of Chinese primary nickel experienced the biggest change on stainless steel and input materials markets, for June 12, 2012.

The price of Chinese ferro-chrome held steady, while for the fifth day in a row, the price of Chinese ferro-moly remained essentially flat above $22,800 per metric ton.

Chinese stainless prices looked up or held steady on June 12…

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On June 11, 2012, the Indian nickel cash price experienced the biggest change on stainless steel markets, rising 3.1 percent.

The nickel spot price saw a 0.7 percent decline on the LME to $16,330 per metric ton. On the LME, the 3-month price of nickel declined 0.6 percent to $16,400 per metric ton.

Chinese stainless steel prices and raw material prices were mixed for the day.

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Daily Stainless Steel and Raw Materials Prices Roundup

The day’s biggest mover on stainless markets, the price of Chinese 316 stainless steel scrap, broke away from a static phase with a 2.8 percent drop on June 8, 2012.

The price of Chinese 304 stainless steel scrap held steady at above $2,800 per metric ton. The price of Chinese 304 stainless coil remained steady, also above $2,800 per metric ton. The price of Chinese 316 stainless coil saw little movement at below $4,800 per metric ton. Meanwhile, the price of Chinese primary nickel increased 0.6 percent.

The nickel spot price moved up 2.6 percent on the LME, landing at $16,440 per metric ton. Following a couple of essentially changeless days, the 3-month price of nickel rose by 2.6 percent on the LME, closing at $16,500 per metric ton. The cash price of primary Indian nickel rose two percent on June 8.

Weekly Stainless MMI®: Chinese 316 Stainless Steel Scrap Falls Over Week Too

The week’s biggest mover on the Stainless MMI® was Chinese 316 stainless steel scrap, falling 2.8 percent.

The price of Chinese primary nickel declined 2.6 percent since last week. The price of Chinese 304 stainless steel scrap fell 1.1 percent, the third week in a row of declining 304 stainless steel scrap prices.

For the third week in a row, the price of Chinese 304 stainless coil dropped, falling 1.1 percent as well, while Chinese 316 stainless coil prices held steady from the previous week at below $4,800 per metric ton.

Chinese ferro-chrome traded sideways last week, hovering above $1,300 per metric ton. Prices for Chinese ferro-moly remained below $22,800 per metric ton.

Following a steady week, prices for Korean 430 stainless steel coil closed flat at above $2,200 per metric ton. Korean 304 stainless coil remained essentially flat from the previous week at above $3,600 per metric ton.

Since last week, the price of the Indian nickel cash price fell 2.4 percent.

Finally, the LME nickel 3-month price rose 0.5 percent to $16,500 per metric ton after falling 2.8 percent during the previous week. The spot price of nickel rose 0.3 percent on the LME to $16,440 per metric ton after falling 2.9 percent during the previous week.

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The price of Chinese primary nickel saw the biggest shift of the day on stainless and raw material inputs markets, dropping 1.6 percent on June 6, 2012.

Chinese stainless prices held pretty firm, however.

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On June 5, 2012, the day’s biggest mover on stainless steel and its raw materials inputs markets was the price of Chinese primary nickel, which saw a one percent increase. This increase comes after the price fell for the two previous days.

The price of Chinese 304 stainless steel scrap held steady at above $2,800 per metric ton. The price of Chinese 316 stainless steel scrap remained essentially flat at below $2,800 per metric ton. Chinese 304 stainless coil stayed flat as well at around $2,800 per metric ton. At below $4,800 per metric ton, the price of Chinese 316 stainless coil was essentially unchanged.

Is today the day that Chinese ferro alloys saw price movement?

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With a decline of 2.3 percent on the LME to $16,085 per metric ton on June 4, 2012, the 3-month price of nickel recorded the biggest shift of the day in stainless and its raw materials markets.

Also on the LME, the spot price of nickel fell 2.1 percent to $16,020 per metric ton.

But how did Asian stainless, nickel and ferro-alloy prices perform?

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The monthly Stainless MMI® registered a value of 91 in June, a decrease of 9 percent from 100 in May. The Stainless MMI® baseline began on January 1, 2012, at a value of 100. This report serves as the first public release of this data.

Source: MetalMiner IndX℠

(Editor’s Note: Data will be presented in graph format, but we caution readers to note the range on the Y-axis.)

To see the drivers of this monthly index and for more commentary, click below.

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The week’s biggest mover on the Stainless MMI® was the Indian nickel cash price, which saw a 5.3 percent decline. This comes on the heels of a 0.8 percent increase the week before.

This week, the spot price of nickel finished at $16,370 per metric ton on the LME after falling 3.2 percent. The 3-month price of nickel fell 3.1 percent on the LME to $16,470 per metric ton after rising 0.1 percent the week before.

Chinese stainless steel prices were mixed for the week.

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