There was a little more optimism in the market this week for those trading packaging plastics.
But it was a much tougher market for those in the paper sector who struggled to move material.
In metals, copper was up by £200 per tonne, but the rest of the scrap metal market was stable.
More on all of this in the specific sections below.
The pound was down just a touch on last week at $1.397 compared to $1.405 this . . .
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