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Metals trade insights as markets emerge from coronavirus lockdowns

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Listen: Metals trade insights as markets emerge from coronavirus lockdowns

China appears to be almost singlehandedly supporting global metals prices on the back of a return to high levels of industrial activity. But other Asian markets are still slowly emerging from COVID-19 related lockdowns. How is this impacting iron ore, steel, coking coal, scrap and alumina demand and prices?

Julien Hall, director of Metals for APAC, S&P Global Platts, and Paul Bartholomew, head of metals news and insight, APAC, Platts, discuss key findings from the latest quarterly spot market trade reviews, and ponder the implications of these on the current quarter.

Read our special feature: Asia metals quarterly trade insight

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