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Chromium material government stocks in United States: Fall in 2015

According to new figures presented by U.S. Geological Survey, chromium stocks dropped by 10.96 percent in 2015. The variable went down from 81 200 metric ton to 72 300 metric ton, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it declined by 15.85 percent. It's the lowest number in its history since 1998. The overall changes for the previous 18 years attained a fall of 92.21%. Furthermore, it has attained a decrease at a 0.08% compound average annual growth rate during the last 5 years with a modest overall drop since the start of observations. It averaged 373 666.67 metric ton from 1998 to 2015 and it hit its maximum of 928 000 metric ton in 1998.

Chromium material government stocks in United States: Fall in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 72 300.00 -10.96
2014 81 200.00 -15.85
2013 96 500.00 -9.81
2012 107 000.00 -3.6
2011 111 000.00 -3.48
2010 115 000.00 -10.85
2009 129 000.00 22.86
2008 105 000.00 -8.7
2007 115 000.00 -57.72
2006 272 000.00 -27.47

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