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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Indian pellet exports still stalled as sellers grapple with export tax uncertainties

Turkey's import scrap market falls sharply in new ex-US and ex-EU deals

Turkish mills ship scrap prices fall further, just two mills in the market

Two more Turkish mills out of ship scrap market

Tokyo Steel drops local scrap prices again, by larger margin

Taiwan’s import scrap market moves down for fourth straight week

Import scrap prices in India fall, bearish outlook keep buyers away

Taiwan’s import scrap market slides for third straight week, steel demand poor

Shredded scrap prices in India fall rapidly as global market bearish, rebar prices fall

Ex-US scrap price decreases to $580-581/mt CFR Turkey

Global View on Scrap: Negative mood prevails in Turkish and Asian scrap markets

Coking coal trading muted due to offer-bid mismatch

Vietnam’s import scrap prices decrease sharply, Hong Kong deals back

Iron ore prices rise today, but general mood remains weak

Negative mood in Turkey’s import scrap market, expectation of a price decrease strengthens

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - April 13, 2022

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - April 11, 2022

Met coke suppliers in China attempt to increase prices

Early recovery in ex-India pellet prices not sustained, buyers and sellers in pause mode

In Turkey’s new scrap deals, ex-US scrap price in line with other regions

Turkey’s ship scrap prices increase on upper end

Local pig iron prices in China - week 12

Local molybdenum and ferromolybdenum prices in China - week 12

Ex-India pellet prices stable in quiet market conditions

Two Turkish mills increase their ship scrap procurement prices

Turkey’s ship scrap prices remain unchanged

Local German scrap market moves up with support of exports

Sharp price rise in Vietnam’s import scrap market amid strong demand in Asia

Italian scrap price uptrend limited somewhat by output halts

Bids for ex-Australia coking coal surge by $92/mt since last week, China’s CFR prices rise slower

Local Chinese chrome ore and ferrochrome prices - week 9

Scrap importers from Pakistan look for cargoes, prices on the rise

Daily iron ore prices CFR China - March 1, 2022

Local Turkish scrap market moves up rapidly amid uncertainties

Big supply gap in global pig iron market, ex-Brazil deal reported as done last week

Ex-India pellet prices soften, no deals as buyers from China stay away

Import scrap offers continue to rise in Bangladesh, deals rare

India’s import scrap prices rebound, but trade muted due to buyers’ caution

German and Polish scrap markets move up        

Import scrap buying in Pakistan muted due to weak finished steel demand

More price rises in Turkish domestic scrap market

Ex-Australia coking coal price remains high, India focuses on ex-China met coke sourcing

Turkey’s ex-US scrap procurement prices rise slightly

Turkey’s ship scrap prices rise further on upper end 

Import shredded scrap prices in India decline amid low demand, fall in local prices

S. Korean mills hike bids further for Japanese scrap, another increase expected

Local pig iron prices in China - week 6

Short sea scrap prices in Turkey move up sharply

Scrap prices to recover in Italy in February

Global BPI suppliers bullish, buyers resist higher prices

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