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Stocks of purchased aluminum new scrap at secondary smelters in United States falls in 2015

According to new numbers released by U.S. Geological Survey, the indicator went down sharply by 48.12% compared with the prior year. The variable strongly declined from 66 500 metric ton to 34 500 metric ton, versus the previous year when it increased by 64.2%. United States saw a rise of 56.11% in aluminum stocks over the past 14 years. Though, it has attained a diminution at a 0.08 percent CAGR during the last 5 years with a negligible overall growth since the start of time series. It averaged 34 442.86 metric ton from 2002 to 2015 and it reached its all-time high of 66 500 metric ton in 2014 and record low of 20 800 metric ton in 2009.

Stocks of purchased aluminum new scrap at secondary smelters in United States falls in 2015
Date Metric Ton Variation
2015 34 500.00 -48.12
2014 66 500.00 64.2
2013 40 500.00 -21.66
2012 51 700.00 -3.18
2011 53 400.00 57.99
2010 33 800.00 62.5
2009 20 800.00 -10.73
2008 23 300.00 -11.41
2007 26 300.00 -20.3
2006 33 000.00 44.74

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