Scrap & Raw Materials Analyses

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

 
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Local molybdenum and ferromolybdenum prices in China - week 35

Local Chinese coking coal prices - week 35

Fate of US September scrap prices “in flux” after rash of cancellations

Philadelphia dock delivered HMS I/II 80:20 prices

Iron ore prices drop below $100/mt CFR again

Vietnamese importers accept scrap price hikes as regional scrap market strengthens

Local Polish scrap market moves sideways

New deals in Turkey’s scrap market, sentiment on cusp of change

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 35

Import met coke appeals to Indian steelmakers

Scrap trading in Pakistan falters due to floods, rebar mills shut down production

Slower scrap flow causes S. Korean mills to raise purchase prices by at least $24/mt

Turkey’s import scrap market moves sideways, uncertainties mount

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - August 31, 2022

Bearish sentiments prevail in China's scrap market, outlook mixed

Ferrosilicon prices in local Chinese market - week 35

Ferromanganese prices in local Chinese market - week 35

Tokyo Steel raises domestic scrap prices by another $15-29/mt

India’s import scrap prices slip amid local currency weakness, softer domestic market

Shagang cuts scrap purchase price for fourth time in a row

Brazilian high-grade iron ore price declines from last week

Free Shagang cuts scrap purchase price by $7.3/mt as of Aug 30, after two previous declines

Dock prices for HMS I/II 80:20 in Los Angeles expected to rise

Container prices for HMS I/II 80:20 in Los Angeles

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - August 30, 2022

Higher coking coal prices accepted in fresh trades in China, outlook still ambiguous

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - August 29, 2022

Silicomanganese prices in local Chinese market - week 35

Another $10/mt increase in Tokyo Steel’s domestic scrap prices

Global View on Scrap: Another silent week in Turkey’s scrap market, Asian market continues to move up

Global steelmakers withdraw met coke contracts due to mounting concerns on future, coking coal prices to remain ...

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - August 26, 2022

Taiwanese buyers accept higher scrap prices, focus on ex-US purchases again

Ex-Russia coking coal appeal to Chinese customers despite price rises, coke prices unchanged

Local Turkish scrap market declines by $13/mt

Turkey’s ship scrap market remains stable

Ex-India pellet prices fail to hold onto gains as buyers retreat over uncertain demand outlook

Local Chinese coking coal prices - week 34

Local molybdenum and ferromolybdenum prices in China - week 34

Local pig iron prices in China - week 34

Local Chinese chrome ore and ferrochrome prices - week 34

Tokyo Steel increases domestic scrap prices only for Tahara plant

Brazilian high-grade iron ore price increases slightly on weekly basis

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 34

Iron ore prices stay under pressure near $100/mt CFR mark with only small gains over week

Mixed signals from local Italian scrap market

Uptrend reverses in Pakistan’s import scrap market

Import scrap offers to Vietnam continue to increase, though finished steel fails to follow

Competitiveness of local met coke in India down further after price rises

US dock delivered price for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap in New York


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