Thursday, June 26, 2014

Raleigh NC Scrap Metal Recycling Prices Per pound for Copper, Aluminum, Steel - a Great Salvage, Scrap Yard, 27610

Raleigh NC
Scrap Metal Recycling
Copper, Aluminum, Steel and More
Raleigh Metal Recycling
Raleigh Metal Recycling in Raleigh, NC is the largest and highest Full Service Scrap Metal Operation in the greater Raleigh, NC area.  We have a fleet of 15 drivers on our staff, along with our Goldsboro operation 47 miles away, to support you and your projects.  This would be for Demolition Project or Industrial Plants.  Durham, NC, Cary, NC, Apex, NC are markets we service daily.  Importantly we have great service and great scrap metal prices for copper and more.
We have every type of Roll off box, open top Trailer or Van trailer that you would ever need.  Just call us at 919-828-5426 and we will support your needs.
We are not just a Junk Yard, Scrap Yard or even a Salvage Yard, we are the best in what a Raleigh Recycling Center should be.  For the best service, we have almost twice as many DIGITAL scales as our nearest competitor. 
As for Junk Cars and Salvage Cars, you have two options
1) We Tow! Call 919-758-3764
Junk Car removal for cash, junk my car for cash at Raleigh Metal Recycling!


2) Drive it in, Tow it in!
Raleigh Metal Recycling
2310 Garner Road,
Raleigh, NC, 27610
If you want to junk your car with no title for cash, you can sell your car to us, as long as it is 10 model years or older. 
We also can arrange for Appliance Pick up.  For one unit only $20, if two more FREE! in the Raleigh area.  City of Raleigh Appliance Pick Up at its best!  Great way to remove old appliances, Appliance Recycling.  Call 919-348-0545
Call us or come see us AT
RALEIGH, NC, 27610
Greg Brown
As for some information in the market, see comments we have been sent:
PBC & the Fed: We started the week with the Peoples Bank of China lowered their reserve ratio requirement by 50 basis points early last week and reaffirmed a 7.5% growth rate for the rest of this year.
Then the Fed cut bond purchases by an additional $10 billion and will keep short term interest rates near zero until sometime next year. Fed chair sees economic activity rebounding in the current quarter and dismissed as “noisy” recent increases in inflation, keeping with their long term view of economic activity and not having any knee jerk reaction to recent data. Fed officials predict the benchmark federal funds rate would hit 1.2% by the end of 2015 and 2.5% by the end of 2016, up from the previous projection.
The Chinese investigation into Qingdao continues with customs official taking longer to clear metal imports through customs. What used to take 7 days now takes up to a month, iron ore imports are down 7% and copper down 16% from a month prior. The premium over spot copper for immediate delivery into Shanghai warehouses has dropped from $185 per ton in December to $70, indicating more want to sell rather than hold stocks. While aluminum has enjoyed a sustained rally, copper remains near recent lows. One trader said there is downside risk while no real upside in the near future.

As the last week of June is upon us, expect trading to stagnate as we move into the summer doldrums; traders take holiday for the summer and trading volumes remain low.