Scrap & Raw Materials

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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Ex-India pellet exports remain strong, but sellers give discounts for high-volume sales

Ex-Australia coking coal price hits $430/mt FOB in new deal

China accepts higher price in ex-Russia BPI booking, concerns over tight supply rise

S. Korean mills raise their import scrap prices to secure tonnages

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 3

Turkey’s deep sea scrap prices remain stable this week

Bids for coking coal continue to skyrocket

Scrap prices in China move sideways, imports unworkable

Ferromanganese prices in local Chinese market - week 3

Ferrosilicon prices in local Chinese market - week 3

Import scrap prices in India move down as buying fades

Turkey’s short sea scrap procurement price range widens

Local Chinese manganese ore prices rise slightly  

Turkish steelmakers still follow diverse trends for domestic scrap prices

Turkey’s ship scrap prices generally remain stable

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - January 17, 2022

Scrap prices down in Italy compared to December

Silicomanganese prices in local Chinese market - week 3

Ex-Brazil BPI price rebounds to $500/mt FOB in fresh booking

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - January 14, 2022

Global BPI suppliers determined to push prices up

Local pig iron prices in China - week 2

Local Chinese coking coal prices - week 2

Local molybdenum and ferromolybdenum prices in China - week 2

Vietnamese buyers accept higher scrap prices from Japan and Hong Kong

Scrap suppliers bullish in offerings to Pakistan, buyers confused

Turkey’s import scrap market takes a break as number of offers increase

Ex-India pellet prices breach $200/mt mark after earlier nervousness

Import scrap prices rise in Taiwan, gap between ex-US and ex-Japan scrap widens

Price increase in coking coal market gains momentum

Short sea scrap prices move up in Turkey as demand accelerates

Indian BPI producers push prices up due to higher input costs

Scrap price increases boost buying interest in Bangladesh

Diverse trends in Turkish domestic scrap market

S. Korean mill Hyundai raises bids for Japanese scrap, Russia returns with offers

Iron ore prices ease after exceeding $130/mt CFR owing to firm demand, supply shortage

Turkey’s ship scrap prices move up, but sluggish scrap flow to mills

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 2

Scrap buying interest rises in China, but offer-bid price gap remains for imports

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - January 12, 2022

Another ex-EU scrap deal to Turkey closed within estimated price range

Met coke offers in India rise sharply due to developments in coking coal segment

Kanto scrap tender closed with strong hike, bolstering prospects for next ex-Japan sales

Tokyo Steel cuts scrap purchase prices for Utsunomiya plant

Import scrap prices rise in India, ex-Gulf HMS still preferred

Chinese domestic manganese ore prices stable or up slightly  

Import scrap prices in Turkey rise further in new deals from US, Canada

Silicomanganese prices in local Chinese market - week 2

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - January 10, 2022

Indian producer pushes up BPI price in fresh booking to China


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