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Low-carbon ferrochromium stocks, gross quantity in United States falls in 2015

According to figures published by U.S. Geological Survey, chromium stock went down slightly by 2.79 percent in comparison with the prior year. Chromium stock barely declined by 50 metric ton, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it dropped by 1.1 percent. United States saw a decrease of 93.41% in chromium stock over the past 15 years. As well as it has shown a negative average annual growth rate of 0.02 percent over the last five years with a negligible overall decline since the 2001. It averaged 3 541.33 metric ton from 2001 to 2015 and it hit its all-time high of 26 400 metric ton in 2001 and record low of 1 720 metric ton in 2012.

Low-carbon ferrochromium stocks, gross quantity in United States falls in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 1 740.00 -2.79
2014 1 790.00 -1.1
2013 1 810.00 5.23
2012 1 720.00 -9.47
2011 1 900.00 4.97
2010 1 810.00 1.12
2009 1 790.00 -8.67
2008 1 960.00 -0.51
2007 1 970.00 -7.94
2006 2 140.00 -1.38

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