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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Turkish mills’ local scrap purchase prices remain stable overall

Global View on Scrap: Complete silence in Turkey’s scrap market, Asian market recovers a little

Turkey’s import scrap market ends silent week with stable movement

Offers for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap surge in Taiwan, ex-Japan H2 becomes more competitive

Import scrap offers continue to rise in Bangladesh

Shagang cuts scrap purchase price by $7.5/mt after five successive increases

Italian scrap market waits for summer holidays to end

Turkey’s ship scrap market remains stable

S. Korean mills turn again to Japanese scrap as local scrap flow slows down

Import scrap offers to Vietnam increase, Vietnamese steel market fails to support higher prices

Bullishness mounts in Pakistan’s scrap market, but rebar mills drop prices

Tokyo Steel raises domestic scrap prices after four-month decline

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 33

Dock delivered prices for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap in Houston

HMS I/II 80:20, P&S dock delivered prices in Boston

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

US scrap prices expected to hold sideways in September

Turkish mills’ local scrap purchase prices show diverse trends, with downward tendency

Chinese steelmakers continue to favor local scrap, higher prices accepted

Import scrap prices in India hit and exceed $500/mt CFR, trading remains quiet

Shagang raises scrap purchase price by another $22/mt

Los Angeles dock delivered prices for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap

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

Philadelphia dock delivered HMS I/II 80:20 prices

Several deals in Turkey from last week disclosed, price still relatively stable

Global View on Scrap: Turkey puts brakes on import scrap prices, mixed sentiment in Asia

Local scrap procurement prices in Turkey increase further

Taiwanese buyers face higher scrap offers, number of offers decreases

S. Korea impacted by floods with logistics disrupted, buyers not support emerged rebounding trend in import scrap

Predictions for US September scrap trend not expected until next week

Several deals in Turkey’s import scrap market show relative stability

India’s import scrap trade activity quietens down with offers on the rise

Import scrap prices rise steadily in Bangladesh despite buyers’ resistance

Carbon and stainless scrap prices in Taiwanese domestic market - week 32

Scrap prices in China continue to rise

Turkish mills raise their local scrap purchase prices

Shagang raises scrap purchase price for third time in a row

No real market price observed in Italy due to holidays

Japan’s Kanto scrap tender closes with $13/mt drop, but above recent dock prices so outlook good

Scrap trading in Pakistan minimal due to holidays, prices keep rising

HMS I/II 80:20, P&S dock delivered prices in Boston

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

Dock delivered prices for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap in Houston

Los Angeles dock delivered prices for HMS I/II 80:20 scrap

Turkey’s import scrap market still moves up, ex-US scrap hits $394/mt CFR

Turkey’s ship scrap market rises by another $20/mt on upper end

August US scrap prices finally settle

An old deal pops in Turkey’s import scrap market at higher levels

Shagang hikes scrap purchase price by another $15/mt as of Aug 6

Turkey’s ship scrap market moves up to $370/mt


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