CRU provides comprehensive market analysis and forecasts, price assessments and cost services across ferroalloys worldwide.
Our market analysis delivers a global view on supply and demand dynamics, trade and prices across commodities such as ferromanganese, silicon metal, silicomanganese, manganese ore, ferrosilicon and manganese metal, with regularly updated five-year price forecasts.Read our top ten calls for 2021 in the molybdenum industry
CRU’s ferroalloys prices are the leading benchmark in North America and Europe where 80% of market participants who use a benchmark use CRU prices. Across all key regional markets, our reputation is for robustness and transparency thanks to our methodologies.
Our cost service gives detailed analysis of costs at production sites and mines around the world. Our analyst teams in Beijing, London and Pittsburgh source this data through extensive primary research.
CRU’s Ferroalloys analysts and price assessors are world experts working to strict methodologies to ensure consistently high quality. You can engage directly with our team by email, phone or in person to discuss prices and market dynamics in more depth.
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CRU Economics ran its fourth annual survey to gauge our clients’ expectations of economic conditions for 2020. This feature presents the results of the survey, alongside our own expectations for the economy in 2020.Read full article
Brazilian Miners Look to Government to Support Investment Decisions
CRU was delighted to present at the Brazilian IBRAM 2019 conference and exhibition in Belo Horizonte in September 2019. This Spotlight addresses the hot topics that were repeatedly discussed during our time in Brazil.Read full article
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