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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China offers billets for export, imports halted, tradable levels in SE Asia rise very slowly

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices soften in local currency

H-beam prices in local Chinese market - week 11

Turkish domestic wire rod prices mostly stable

Local Indian rebar market sees massive negative correction, trades fall silent

Local wire rod quotations in Indian market - week 11

Chinese domestic steel section prices soften

Turkey continues billet purchases from Russia, finds ways to conduct payments

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices follow diverse trends

Import rebar prices in Asia rise rapidly, regional offers become most competitive

Local Chinese longs prices down RMB 150/mt, demand weaken than foreseen

Saudi Arabia’s domestic rebar prices continue to rise

Turkey’s Icdas raises its longs prices as week begins

Local Turkish wire rod prices follow diverse trends

Global View on Billet: Prices keep surging, Russia tries to resume exports despite sanctions

Asian wire rod prices surge, sharper rises for exports than for imports

Turkish merchant bar export prices rise sharply

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 10

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 10

Shagang Group increases local rebar prices by $31.6/mt for mid-March

Indian billet exporters raise prices as buying from MENA strong, supplies tight

US wire rod market braces for “significant price increase”

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices fall on US dollar basis

Russia seeks ways to export billet, business in MENA focused on other origins

SE Asia accepts higher import billet prices, ex-Russia sales also continue

Ex-Iran billet prices rise in fresh booking

Rebar prices in GCC skyrocket in line with global trend

Wire rod prices from Turkey’s Aegean region surge

Turkey’s Kardemir raises wire rod prices for engineering grade products

Turkey’s Kardemir raises its wire rod prices

US rebar mills take advantage of scrap surge with major price increase

ASEAN billet suppliers’ price ideas already hit and exceed $800/mt CFR

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices rise further

Turkish domestic wire rod prices increase sharply

Italian rebar market at standstill amid skyrocketing costs, lack of raw materials

China’s billet imports absent as bid-offer gap $100/mt or more, export opportunities evaluated

Turkey’s Icdas hikes its longs prices further

Turkey’s Kardemir hikes wire rod prices for engineering grade products again

Turkey’s Kardemir increases its wire rod prices further

Local wire rod quotations in Indian market - week 10

Turkish domestic rebar spot prices rise once again in local currency

Offers increase for Brazilian rebar exports to South American countries

Tokyo Steel delays steel product offering due to sharp price fluctuations

Local Indian rebar traded price on fire as mills resort to sharp price hikes

Turkish domestic merchant bar prices rise sharply

Ex-Iran steel billet prices rise in line with global uptrend due to lack of availability

H-beam prices in local Chinese market - week 10

GCC local and export billet prices rise, reflecting global uptrend

Turkey’s Kardemir succeeds in selling close to 85,000 mt, prices climb nearer $900/mt

Turkey’s Kardemir raises its wire rod prices by $25


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