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The Oryx Stainless newsletter is regarded as a guide to the industry and provides information about the latest topics that are relevant to the industry. It has been published monthly since 1998 and is regularly read by around 2,500 interested people around the world. In addition, it is published in the trade magazines “Focus Rostfrei” and “Stainless Focus”. Subscribe now for free.
Nickel prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) have been a little more positive and asserted themselves quite well last week, trading within a range of USD 15,000/mt to USD 16,000/mt. The latest reports of two promising…read more
After nickel prices consolidated on the London Metal Exchange (LME), almost during all of September, down to a low of just over USD 14,000.00/mt, October saw a definite recovery. Prices firmed to around…read more
After reaching a new high of USD 15,810.00/mt on the London Metal Exchange (LME) on the 3rd September 2020 nickel took a well deserved rest. Prices are said to be consolidating, as the rise happened very quickly and almost linear, which brought rates into…read more
Similar to the picture on the international stock exchanges, the rise in nickel prices also continued on the London Metal Exchange. In the meantime a new high of USD 14,785/mt was reached. In the previous month, prices were initially below USD 13,000/mt before then firming up…read more
The increase in LME nickel prices has continued in recent weeks. A new high of just over USD 13,700/mt was reached mid July. In June prices were still below USD 13,000/mt. However, this should not hide the fact that volatility has recently…read more
about our studies
In cooperation with external experts, we regularly focus on cross-sector issues and prepare the results of these studies: the range of topics is very varied with examples including “CO2 reduction through intelligent recycling of stainless steel scrap” in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT or “The key raw materials of nickel, chromium and iron: Limited availability despite sufficient natural reserves” in collaboration with the Technical University of Berlin.
Stainless steel industry/ZEW study on raw material trade barriers. Europe must rely on the development of international trade agreements for the security of raw materials. China has the most extensive trade restrictions worlwide. As net importer of the main components...read more
Stainless steel industry/TU Berlin study on raw material security. TU Berlin study on the "real" availability of chrome, nickel, iron, and scrap, taking economic factors into consideration. The sole focus on geological reserves is insufficient for the assessment of...read more
A study by the Institute of Finance at the University of Ulm on behalf of Oryx Stainless Group. Team of experts pleads for greater use of hedging instruments. Blind spot stainless steel scrap impairs forecasting reliability for nickel. Greater transparency for less...read more
A study by Fraunhofer Institute Umsicht on behalf of Oryx Stainless Group. The rising demand for stainless steel means that the responsible and efficient use of our resources is becoming increasingly important. That is why the Oryx Stainless Group commissioned the...read more