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Scrap Metal Market Report – Enero 2022 standard

Supply and demand were in equilibrium during January. After a successful year for both the steel and scrap industries in 2021, scrap consumers had envisaged marked price reductions at the beginning of 2022. However, they were forced to gradually adjust their hoped-for price levels due to developments on the export market and the sales reluctance on the part of their suppliers. ...

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Scrap Metal Market Report – December 2021 standard

During December, contract negotiations between suppliers and consumers were of a reserved nature. Some consumers succeeded in purchasing quantities for December delivery during November, thus reducing their December demand accordingly. Crude steel production levels in the EAF-mills this month were varied and lower than during November due to production halts of varying lengths and causes. ...

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Scrap Metal Market Report – October 2021 standard

At the beginning of the month scrap consumers stressed their low demand and were thus optimistic about being able to push through price reductions across the board during October. At the end of September, the Turkish scrap import market was weak and showed marked price reductions, so that it was thought unlikely that the EU export market would put a spoke in the domestic market wheel. ...

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