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Articles by Anil Mathews

Anil Mathews
Anil Mathews
Part of the Scrap Monster editorial team for the past three years, Anil Mathews has been involved in developing relevant and informative news write-ups on global recycling trade. Proficient in researching information on recycling market trends, Anil keeps track of the latest happenings in and around the industry. Possessing adaptive range of writing styles, Anil's articles pay unique attention to evolving technologies capable of redesigning today's recycling industry. His articles cover recycling business trends and developments, chiefly pertaining to Asian markets.
26th July, 2021: Chinese Scrap Metal Prices Soared on Index

26th July, 2021: Chinese Scrap Metal Prices Soared on Index

316 SS Solid prices were up by CNY 250 per MT on July 26th, 2021.
23rd July, 2021: Chinese Scrap Metal Prices Surged on Index

23rd July, 2021: Chinese Scrap Metal Prices Surged on Index

#1 Copper Wire and Tubing saw price rise of CNY 700 per MT each.
Copper supply shortfall could linger as green initiatives spur demand, analyst says

Copper supply shortfall could linger as green initiatives spur demand, analyst says

The underinvestment in copper over the past decade is causing supply problems now, at a time when prices have shot up and green initiatives create higher demand for the metal, says commodity analyst Reid I’Anson of market intelligence firm Kpler.
What we know about China's metals reserves release

What we know about China's metals reserves release

China announced plans on Wednesday to release copper, aluminium and zinc from its national reserves to boost market supply and guide commodity prices to a return to normal ranges.
Copper sinks to two-month low as dollar strengthens

Copper sinks to two-month low as dollar strengthens

Copper prices fell to their lowest in two months on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve brought forward its expectations for raising interest rates, sending the dollar higher and sapping demand for metals.
Iron ore dilemma – Will China actually cut steel output?

Iron ore dilemma – Will China actually cut steel output?

China's vast steel sector, and the iron ore industry feeding it, is grappling with a seemingly contradictory policy impulse that it should produce less this year, even as demand remains strong amid post-pandemic stimulus spending.
Huge, stubborn recycling plant fire could burn for days

Huge, stubborn recycling plant fire could burn for days

Officials plan to tap a river to help put out a huge fire at a northern New Jersey recycling plant they say could burn for days
ILZSG Refined Zinc Supply and Demand Statistics-May '19

ILZSG Refined Zinc Supply and Demand Statistics-May '19

The world zinc mine production rose marginally by 1.4%, mainly on account of notable increase in Australia.

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