Afternoon Coffee: U.K. Says Russia was Behind June Cyberattack, May and Merkel Meet to Discuss Brexit

Russia executed the June “Petya” cyberattack that crippled firms including FedEx, Maersk and Merck, according to British officials. With the Brexit deal stuck again in a near deadlock, British Prime Minister Theresa May traveled to Berlin Friday to meet with her German counterpart Angela Merkel. Afternoon Coffee brings you the latest in procurement and supply chain news.

Commodities Roundup: China to Offload Excess Aluminum, LNG Price Holds Steady Despite New Supply

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For the buyers and category managers out there, especially those of you deep in the weeds of buying and managing commodities, here’s a quick rundown of news and thoughts from particular commodity markets. From price movements to policy decisions, our MetalMiner editors scour the landscape for what matters. Here's what happened this week.

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