27th July, 2016: North American copper scrap prices drop slightly
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Published on July 28,2016 11:12 AM Scrap Metals
The North American copper scrap prices declined marginally on Wednesday, July 27th.
27th July, 2016: North American copper scrap prices drop slightly

MONTREAL (Scrap Monster): The North American copper scrap prices edged marginally lower on ScrapMonster Price Index  as on July 27th, Wednesday.

The price of Alternator scrap remained unchanged over the previous day. The price of #1 Copper Wire and Tubing declined by $0.02 per Lb. #2 Copper Wire and Tubing prices were also down by $0.02 per Lb. The price of #1 Copper Bare Bright too went lower by $ 0.02 per Lb.

The prices of #1 Insulated Copper Wire 85% Recovery witnessed downfall of $0.02 per Lb over the previous day. #2 Insulated Copper Wire 50% Recovery prices too declined by $0.01 per Lb. #3 Copper-Light copper prices dropped by $0.02 per Lb to reach $1.78 per Lb.

The prices of Copper Radiator scrap dropped by $0.01 per Lb from previous day’s levels. Copper Transformer Scrap prices remained unchanged. CuYokes prices too witnessed no change from the previous day. Cu/Al Radiator Ends witnessed no change over the previous day. Meanwhile, the prices of Cu/Al Radiators and Cu/Al Radiators/Fe dropped by $0.01 per Lb each on July 27th, 2016.

Harness Wire 35% Recovery and Heater cores prices were down by $0.01 per Lb each.

The price of Romex Wire dropped by $0.02 per Lb when matched with the previous day.

The prices of Scrap Electric Motors, Sealed units, Starters and Xmas Lights maintained the previous day price levels.

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