Non-ferrous metals new price increase in June

The increase in the prices of non-ferrous metals continues

In the field of non-ferrous metals, the rate of price volatility remains high. Furthermore, it is affected by a strong rise in the price of nickel and aluminum in particular, in the face of growing demand and increasingly reduced availability. For this reason, companies in the industrial sector warn to avoid a risk of inflation increase.

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Non-ferrous metals new price increase in May

Non-ferrous metals: new price increase in May

During May, despite the fluctuating trend in prices, there was a new slight general rise in the prices of base metals.

In detail, copper continues its rise above $ 9868 a ton on the London Metal Exchange (LME), an increase of 7.4% compared to April.

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Green building

Green building materials: wood, steel and aluminum

It is now a fact: the fragile balance that sustains our planet is increasingly compromised by the massive and indiscriminate exploitation of natural resources by humanity. A large part of the current residential buildings, in fact, consume large amounts of energy and are built with polluting materials, which inevitably degrade both the external and internal environment with significant repercussions on human health. The combination of these negative factors has led to the emergence of a new awareness in terms of social responsibility and sustainability.

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Solar panels

Solar thermal and photovoltaic panels: everything you need to know

Over the last few years, solar panels have become increasingly essential elements both for private homes and for companies aware of the importance of the production of clean, efficient and sustainable energy.

Because of the significant changes imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, a growing number of companies and people have decided to adopt a more environmentally responsible approach.

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Car registrations in march 2021

Car registrations up in March, but still below pre-Covid levels

After the negative phase of the first two months of 2021, the European automotive market finally registered a turnaround in March.

According to the statistics of UNRAE, the National Union of Foreign Motor Vehicles, registrations in the European Union were 1,062,446 with a sharp rise of 87.3% compared to the corresponding month of last year, in full lockdown (567,253).

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Non ferrous metals april quotations

Non-ferrous metals: aluminum at its highest for two years in April

The month of April opens with a slight general rise of metal prices. In particular, the aluminum race shows no signs of stopping and is characterized by an increase of 6.5% compared to the previous month, reaching its highest levels in two years at 2,328 dollars a ton (the highest peak remains that of April 19 2018 with 2,597.5 $ / mt).

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Automotive market 2021

Automotive industry analysis: 2020 crisis vs 2021 recovery?


2020 has deeply scored our lives and will be remembered by all as a crucial year for the economies of most Western countries.

All the data comply that the impact of the health emergency from Covid-19 has had significant negative repercussions on multiple production sectors.

Even the automotive sector hasn’t been spared from the generalized crisis with negative effects on the new and second-hand car market.

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