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Articles by Carolina Curiel

Carolina Curiel
Carolina Curiel
Carolina has been with Scrap Monster since its early days and has participated in Project development, Social Media management, Ecommerce management, and writes weekly on topics related to the Recycling industry. As a creative mind, Carolina focuses on topics such recycling tips, recycling behaviors, creativity within the recycling industry, and market trends. With a technical background, she has worked in digital projects for over 15 years. Her work can be seen on major news networks and on the ScrapMonster news sections.
21st October, 2021-North American Scrap Metal Prices Dropped Significantly on Index

21st October, 2021-North American Scrap Metal Prices Dropped Significantly on Index

The price of Romex Wire witnessed a decline by $0.03 per Lb during the day.     
Barrick’s North American production trending at lower end of guidance

Barrick’s North American production trending at lower end of guidance

Miner Barrick Gold said on Thursday that it remained on track to achieve its 4.4-million- to 4.7-million-ounce production target for the year, with all regions, except for North America, trending at the higher end of their regional guidance.
Copper heads for best week since 2016, zinc rockets

Copper heads for best week since 2016, zinc rockets

Copper on Friday was heading for its biggest weekly gain since 2016 as surging power prices threaten to curb supply at a time when exchange stockpiles are at rock bottom.
Iron ore price down as China’s steel output slows

Iron ore price down as China’s steel output slows

Iron ore prices retreated again on Monday on rising supply and steel output control in China.
Tin hits record highs as global stocks shrink: Andy Home

Tin hits record highs as global stocks shrink: Andy Home

Tin continues to be the unexpected star performer of the industrial metals this year.
Why iron-ore prices are on track to suffer their largest monthly loss on record

Why iron-ore prices are on track to suffer their largest monthly loss on record

Iron-ore prices touched record highs this year, but look to suffer their biggest monthly loss ever as China’s curbs on carbon emissions include limits on the output of steel, hurting demand for the raw material used to produce it.
Steel producer starts construction on Kentucky plant

Steel producer starts construction on Kentucky plant

Steel producer Nucor Corp. has broken ground as construction begins on its new $1.7 billion manufacturing mill in Kentucky.

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