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Europe metals supply battered, but not entirely broken

The sharp fall in European electricity prices sets the stage for a recovery in metals output across the region. As power prices are still historically high and unlikely to fall that much further, however, the potential for a full and rapid recovery is limited.

In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this Industrial Metals Update to clients of our Euro-Zone Economics and Emerging Europe Economics service.

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