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Primary nickel consumption in steel alloys manufacturing in United States goes up in 2013

According to adjusted statistics presented by U.S. Geological Survey, in 2013 the indicator rose strongly by 34.59 percent. The variable sharply climbed by 1 010 metric ton, contrarily to the previous year when it fell by 43.41 percent. The overall changes for the prior 12 years hit a rise of 21.67%. However, it has shown a negative CAGR of 0.07% during the five years with a marginal overall increase since the start of observations. It averaged 3 877.5 metric ton from 2002 to 2013 and it attained its all-time high of 6 470 metric ton in 2008 and record low of 2 890 metric ton in 2003.

Primary nickel consumption in steel alloys manufacturing in United States goes up in 2013
Date Metric Ton Variation
2013 3 930.00 34.59
2012 2 920.00 -43.41
2011 5 160.00 -9.15
2009 5 680.00 -12.21
2008 6 470.00 4.19
2007 6 210.00 81.05
2006 3 430.00 =
2005 3 430.00 7.86
2004 3 180.00 10.03
2003 2 890.00 -10.53

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