Longs and Billet Analyses

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

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Longs from Turkey still attractive in Romania, but local picture remains poor

Longs prices rise in Mediterranean, allocation a little tight in Africa

SE Asian importers focus on purchases of cheaper IF billet

Ex-Asia wire rod prices remain strong

India’s RINL floats export tender for 30,000 mt of billet

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 23, 2023

Turkish rebar export prices rise further, driven by costs rather than demand

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 22, 2023 

Ex-India billet prices improve, sellers start to hike offers more aggressively

Iskenderun-based Turkish mill revises rebar price to offset currency fluctuations

Turkey’s Icdas raises its wire rod prices

Turkey’s Kardemir issues its wire rod prices

Turkey’s Kardemir announces its wire rod prices for engineering grade products

Local Turkish official wire rod prices follow diverse trends

Shagang Group raises local rebar prices by $28/mt for late November

Import billet prices up in Turkey following scrap, buying also revives

Turkish domestic merchant bar prices rise sharply

H-beam prices in local Chinese market - week 47, 2023

ASEAN mills keep billet offers high as China still moves up, deals done with some discounts

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 21, 2023         

Local Indian rebar prices show mixed trend amid uncertain outlook with negative bias   

Local wire rod quotations in Indian market - week 47, 2023

Price increases for Brazilian rebar exports

Chinese domestic steel section prices continue to rise slightly

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices follow diverse trends

UAE’s ESA hikes rebar prices for December as demand gradually improves

Local Chinese longs prices continue uptrend, some stability possible

Iran launches new export billet tenders

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 20, 2023

Free Global View on Billet: Price rise continues with buyers more eager to purchase

Nucor raises wire rod prices $20/nt

US domestic wire rod market remains subdued

Import billet prices stable in Turkey amid limited allocation, cautious optimism for next week

Longs market almost stable in Italy, but import prices rising in southern Europe

Ex-Turkey official merchant bar prices increase

Local Bulgarian longs prices follow diverse trends, allocation to be limited

Ex-ASEAN rebar sellers more confident in exports amid China’s optimism

Wire rod prices in Asia keep rising, though acceptance still poor

India’s RINL floats export tenders for 90 mm billets and wire rods

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 17, 2023

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 46, 2023

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 46, 2023

Major steel and raw material futures prices in China - November 16, 2023 

US domestic rebar price uptrend expected

Romanian longs retail prices stable, trading locally and abroad still poor

Workable local and import billet offers in Turkey continue to climb

Wire rod prices from Turkey’s Aegean region increase further

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices increase sharply

Turkish longs export offers regain interest, prices strengthen

Import billet prices up strongly in SE Asia amid lack of cheap options after mills hike offers

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