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UPDATE 1-Japan aluminium stocks rise for 12th month, hit record

Aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports climbed for a 12th month to hit a record high at the end of March due to high level of imports and slow housing sector demand.   The increase came as a ...

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Japan aluminium stocks climb for 11th month, hit record

Aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports climbed for an eleventh month to hit a record high at the end of February due to robust imports. Aluminium stocks held at Yokohama, Nagoya and Osaka grew 0.8 percent in February ...

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Japan aluminium stocks climb for 11th month, hit record

Aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports climbed for an eleventh month to hit a record high at the end of February due to robust imports.   Aluminium stocks held at Yokohama, Nagoya and Osaka grew 0.8 percent in ...

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Japan’s aluminium buyers to pay record high Q1 premiums of $425/T

Japan’s aluminium premiums for January-March shipments were mostly set at a record high of $425 per tonne, up 1.2 percent from the previous quarter, on higher overseas rates, five sources directly involved in the talks said. Japan is Asia’s biggest ...

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Japan aluminium stocks hit record high as imports rise

Aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports rose for a ninth straight month to hit a record high at the end of December as imports rose and demand at home and elsewhere in Asia weakened.   Aluminium stocks held ...

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Japan Aluminium stocks hit record high on increased imports

aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports rose for an eighth straight month to hit a record high at the end of November on rising imports and softer demand at home. Trading house Marubeni Corp said that aluminium stocks ...

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Japan aluminium stocks hit 5-1/2 year high as demand shrinks

Aluminium stocks held at three major Japanese ports rose for a seventh straight month, hitting a 5-1/2-year high at the end of October as demand fell and the world’s third largest economy unexpectedly slipped into recession. A Tokyo based trader ...

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