Longs and Billet

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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Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 23

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 23

Vietnam’s Formosa Ha Tinh holds wire rod prices stable

Ex-China wire rod prices decline further, SE Asian demand still poor

SE Asian billet buyers focus on purchases at below $700/mt CFR

Rebar in SE Asia down further as bids keep dropping, ex-China prices edge up

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 22

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 22

Billet prices in SE Asia still below $700/mt CFR, mood better after China’s rebound

Weak mood in SE Asian wire rod market, ex-China wire rod prices decline

Ex-China wire rod prices have room to go down, mood in SE Asia more bearish

SE Asian customers believe import billet prices have not hit bottom yet

Chinese traders start to offer billet short in SE Asia at below $700/mt CFR in SE Asia

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 20

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 20

Latest billet price fall in SE Asia offsets big part of rise seen last week

Wire rod prices in SE Asia surge, ex-China offers above $1,000/mt FOB

Billet prices in SE Asia rise sharply amid uptrend in China, buyers remain cautious

Vietnam’s Formosa hikes wire rod prices by $100/mt

Import rebar prices in SE Asia rise by $40/mt, Chinese suppliers focus on local market

China’s billet market on fire: import prices exceed $700/mt CFR after holiday

Billet prices in SE Asia keep rising, demand limited as all eyes on China

Sharp price rise in latest ex-India billet tender reflects bullishness in Asia

Rebar price increase confirmed in SE Asia, new seller emerges

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 17

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 17

Billet prices surge in SE Asia as sellers supported by positive Chinese market

Suppliers push wire rod prices up sharply in SE Asia, ex-China offers uncompetitive

Asian customers resume ex-Turkey rebar purchases

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 16

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 16

SE Asian buyers not ready to accept billet prices above $650/mt CFR

Offers for import rebar on the rise in Singapore and Hong Kong

Sentiment still upward in SE Asian wire rod market

Firm demand drives up ex-Iran billet prices

Wire rod prices from SE Asia surge to over $700/mt CFR, China absent

Billet price rise accelerates in SE Asia, but supported only by China

Vietnamese billet exporters hike prices to China, expectations still good

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 13

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 13

SE Asian suppliers raise wire rod prices with Chinese exporters out of market

Billet prices up further in SE Asia, supported by gains in China

Lower rebar price level confirmed in deals to SE Asia, China out of market

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 12

Billet prices keep rising in local Chinese market, import prices to hit new high

Iranian billet exporters gradually resume trade after Nowruz holiday

Further rise confirmed in new import billet deals to China

Billet trading firm in Southeast Asia with minimal price changes

Domestic rebar prices in Taiwan - week 11

Wire rod prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 11


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