Todays Scrap metal recycling prices per pound in Raleigh, NC

Today’s Scrap Metal Recycling
Prices Per pound in Raleigh, NC
Prices look pretty stable this week after having a nice increase in Copper and Aluminum last week.  Steel is looking to be stable, or slightly down next month.  As for Raleigh Metal Recycling and people that may see this for the first time, see below as to what we are about.
Industrial and Demolition-We have the largest full service truck fleet for Recycling in Eastern North Carolina, meaning we have great service.  We sell directly to steel mills and their divisions.  Some of our biggest competitors sell to middle men, who then sell to brokers.  We pass the middle man’s savings on to you.
We are leaders in:
-Metal Recycling
-Copper Recycling
-Aluminum Recycling
-Steel and Iron Recycling
-Battery Recycling
-Cardboard Recycling
-Electronics Recycling
-Computer Recycling
-Plastics Recycling
Junk Cars
We Tow-Junk Car Removal for cash.  Just call Kenny at 919-348-0545.  We pay cash on the spot for your Salvage Car
Drive it in, Tow it in-Just bring your car to us and we will pay you cash on the spot at 2310 Garner Road, Raleigh, NC, 27610.
Public Welcome-We are leaders in:
-Appliance Disposal
-Aluminum Cans Recycling
-Computer Recycling, Computer Disposal
-Battery Recycling
-Steel and Iron Recycling
As for other things in the market, here is what one of the largest Aluminum companies in the world wrote this morning.
The European economy grew at 1.1% on an annualized rate in Q2, still too sluggish to overcome mass unemployment, still rising debt, and hobbled banks. The German economy grew .7% and France.5%, but Italy, Spain, and Greece contracted again.
The US unemployment claims last week were the lowest since 2007, a strong enough number that rattled markets around the globe.  The Dow dropped 2 days in a row, bond yields in the US and Germany jumped to multiyear highs, and even the Bombay Stock Exchange dropped 4%.  Traders around the world now fear that the Fed will tighten monetary policy sooner rather than later. Signals are still mixed as retail sales climbed .4% increasing for the 4th consecutive month, but retailers Wal-Mart, Kohl’s, and Macys all warned of weaker sales and reduced profit forecasts going forward.
Metals continue to defy gravity as they keep moving up, backed by a continued strong Euro.  Aluminum has moved $174 since the end of July, the question remains is this the start of a trend or is a correction/profit taking right around the bend?
So, if in:
Greg Brown

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