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Aluminum prices hit decade high as coup threatens supplies

London CNN Business Aluminum prices have reached their highest level in more than a decade following a coup in Guinea, a major supplier of the main ore used to produce the metal. The price of

Aluminum Jumps Again as Guinea Coup Adds to Supply Worries

Aluminum climbed to the highest in more than a decade after a coup in Guinea fueled concerns over material supplies, with futures holding gains even after the head of the junta urged miners to

COLUMNGuinea coup adds bauxite to aluminium039s supply

Aluminium extended its COVID19 recovery rally to hit a fresh 10year high of 2,782 per tonne on Monday. The trigger for the latest upswing was news of the military coup at the weekend in Guinea.

Guinea Special Forces Oust President In Coup, Unrest

A special forces unit of the Guinea Armed Forces ousted the countrys longserving President Alpha Conde on Sunday in an apparent coup, causing global aluminum prices to soar over fears that the

Aluminum prices hit decade high on Guinea coup

Aluminium prices hit their highest levels in a decade on Monday, September 6, following news of a coup in Guinea, the worlds secondbiggest producer of material bauxite. The prices for the metal, used in beer cans, construction and cars, rose 1 per cent to hit 2,776 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange, the highest level since May 2011.

Military coup in Guinea: Aluminum prices hit decadehigh

Rohit Ranjan. Image: JeffersonMFG Twitter Image. After the military coup in Guinea, which erupted over longstanding concerns about the West African countrys bauxite exports, the mineral required in manufacturing the lightweight metal, aluminium prices soared to their highest level in more than a decade, according to TRT World.

The coup in Guinea that shook the aluminium market

That forced Chinas vast aluminium industry to scour the globe for other sources of supply, eventually settling on Guinea. Analysts estimate that about half of Chinas bauxite comes from

Guinea coup rattles iron ore and bauxite markets, stokes

Guinea has the worlds largest reserves of bauxite, the globes main source of aluminum. Prices of aluminum spiked to a 10year high Monday on the London Metal Exchange amid fears of global supply

Guinea military coup sends aluminum prices to the Moon

The military coup in the West African nation of Guinea has sent shockwaves through commodity markets, prompting spikes in aluminum prices and some market p...