Flats and Slab

SteelOrbis provides the latest flats and slab prices and price trends via the flats and slab price reports and market analyses listed below. These flats and slab price reports are derived from actual flats and slab market transactions and they can also be viewed on a weekly basis by using the archive drop-down tool below.

 
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Ex-India HRC prices up closer to $1,000/mt FOB, even without sales to EU

Import slab offer prices in Asia add another $50/mt amid rising HRC

Rapid price increase for ex-Japan HRC to continue in May amid shortage

Turkish flat steel spot market silent, prices unchanged

Trading still thin in local Indian HRC market, but mills start to hike base prices

Import HRC offers hit and exceed $1,000/mt CFR in Vietnam

Key Indian user industries halt fresh CRC bookings, mills focus on HRC exports

India’s AMNS first among local mills to hike base HRC prices

US HRC prices break $70 cwt. threshold, CRC prices now above $80 cwt.

ArcelorMittal raises coil prices in EU for fourth time in April

Brazilian HRC export offers remain in uptrend

Bullish sentiment still dominates Turkish HRC market

Ex-China HDG prices increase further, likely to move sideways

Flat steel prices in local Taiwanese market - week 17

US import HRC from South Korea and Turkey

Mexico-origin HRC offer price in the US market

Import HRC prices in Vietnam rise further, supply limited

Ex-China CRC prices up rapidly amid strong local market, though tax rebate not canceled

Turkish flat steel spot prices inch up, demand low

HRC market in EU remains bullish due to tight supply


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