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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Hoa Phat follows aggressive price uptrend in Vietnam, increases local HRC prices

Ex-China HDG prices up significantly, may reach peak for now

Flat steel prices in local Taiwanese market - week 19

Indian HDG exporters maintain aggressive strategy to push up prices to historical high levels

ArcelorMittal rises coil prices once again in the European market

Local Chinese stainless steel prices mostly increase

Flats and slab prices up again in Turkey, clarity expected after holiday

Russia almost sold out for June HRC, local offers soar

Turkey’s local and export HRC prices surge, import offers not yet clear

Formosa raises HRC prices by $120/mt, more increases in Vietnam’s import market

Ex-China HRC prices hit new high amid sharp local rises, strong demand

Ex-India HRC deal prices to Asia start to exceed $1,000/mt FOB, Q1 allocation rises

Slab prices in Asia still try to catch up with rapidly rising HRC market

Baosteel raises local HRC prices by $47/mt for June

Ex-China stainless steel prices move up sharply

Local Indian HRC prices consolidate at higher levels as mills complete base price hikes

Local Indian CRC prices surge due to tightening of supplies in market

China succeeds in selling CRC to EU and Turkey with competitive prices

ArcelorMittal raises HRC prices in EU by €30/mt

Ex-CIS slab prices surge in deals and offers

Ex-India HRC sold above $1,000/mt CFR to Vietnam, target prices rise further

Indian HDG exporters push up prices in anticipation of resumed EU buying

Flat steel prices in local Taiwanese market - week 18

HRC mills from Turkey and CIS raise prices once again

Indian mills start hiking local CRC base prices, after global rises

HRC prices in EU draw closer to ArcelorMittal's latest target

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

Turkish flat steel spot market silent, prices unchanged

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

ArcelorMittal raises coil prices in EU for fourth time in April

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

Import plate prices trend up in Turkey, allocation limited

Most Indian mills stop giving HDG export offers

Local Chinese stainless steel prices fluctuate

Import HRC prices in Vietnam rise further, supply limited

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

HRC market in EU remains bullish due to tight supply

Emirati buyers accept higher HRC prices in fresh deals, talks ongoing for new orders

Pakistani CR and HDG coil producers raise their offers again

Ex-India HRC prices rise further amid revived buying in Asia, Middle East

Ex-China stainless steel prices remain stable

Ex-CIS HRC prices climb in new offers and deals

Ex-China plate prices move up amid better demand, more rises expected

Indian CRC tradable price down as key end-users hit by pandemic restrictions

Local Indian HRC prices retreat, but not sharply as output to be hit by ban on industrial use of oxygen

Chinese domestic PPGI prices move sideways

Turkey aims to hike HRC prices further next week amid good market fundamentals

ArcelorMittal raises HRC prices to €1,000/mt across Europe

Ex-China HDG prices move sideways, still room for increases


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