WTF: there goes ferrochrome

The European ferrochrome market was buzzing about an Italian high-carbon ferrochrome buyer purchasing 210 mt at $1.08 per lb, ddp. The buyer had wide specifications. The material was thought to be Indian, but it was still cheap. In the US small sales of US low chrome content high-carbon were concluded at $1.16 per lb, also ddp.

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this makes no sense.

charge chrome is not sold in small quantities in the usa.
charge chrome is used on long term formula contracts by the five stainless mills in north america and thats it
– the rest use hcfecr