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Feature: Global Steel & Scrap Outlook

February 14, 2017
Asian hot rolled coil prices remained stable February 13 on thin liquidity, as high Chinese offers were counteracted by competitive Indian quotations.
Asian HRC muted on high China offers, Indian competition
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Asian HRC muted on high China offers, Indian competition
Asian HRC muted on high China offers, Indian competition
Asian hot rolled coil prices remained stable February 13 on thin liquidity,
Asian rebar rises on soaring Chinese domestic prices
Asian rebar rises on soaring Chinese domestic prices
Spot rebar prices in Asia rose February 13 after a 3-day hiatus as skyrocketing billet and futures pushed the Chinese domestic market higher.


News Headlines

Santiago (Platts)--27 Feb 2017 420 pm EST/2120 GMT
Heavy rains and flooding across Chile have slowed mining activity in the copper-rich north of the country, the government said Monday, with the northern region of Antofagasta the worst affected.
London (Platts)--27 Feb 2017 617 am EST/1117 GMT
Turkish ferrous scrap coasted sideways on Friday, as a barrage of trading showed a comfortable range for Baltic and European sellers through the week.
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Podcasts

February 24, 2017
Will this year see a steel price crash akin to the one seen in early 2016? We discuss whether market participants will experience that deja vu feeling.
January 25, 2017
As the Year of the Rooster dawns in China, newly-elected President Donald Trump is getting a running start at steel intensive infrastructure projects in the US and final steel production numbers are out for 2016.
December 20, 2016
It’s the week before Christmas, and the end of the year finds the three wise men of Metals Meltdown reflecting on what’s happened in the global steel industry in 2016 and predicting where production and prices could be headed in 2017.
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The Barrel Blog

February 15, 2017
What some are describing as the Trump Factor appears to be emboldening US steel producers to embark on new capital projects.
January 24, 2017
Nicholas Tolomeo asks: if scrap falls in a forest, and nobody is there to collect it, does it make a sound?
January 30, 2017
Smaller TEU vessels have struggled to find a logical home since the Panama Canal expansion as logistics companies are utilizing the neo-Panamax gauge for economies of scale.
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