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US H1 scrap prices remain flat for sixth consecutive week

Industry News 10:19:43AM Oct 28, 2013 Source:SMM

25 Oct 2013 Last updated at 03:34:19 GMT
 
NEW YORK (Scrap Monster) : The average price of US H1 scrap remained unchanged over the week, as on 21st October, 2013. This is the sixth consecutive week that the prices are flat.

The average price of US H1 scrap in Pittsburgh, Chicago and Philadelphia was $334.17 per long ton on October 21st, 2013. The prices remained unchanged.

The average price of H1 scrap in Pittsburg was $339.5 per long ton. In Chicago the prices were $344.5 per long ton. The average price in Philadelphia was $318.5 per long ton, remaining unchanged over the week.

The average price of US H1 scrap in New York, Houston and Boston was $284.17 per long ton. The prices remained unchanged from those during the previous week.

 


Author: Paul Ploumis
 

US H1 scrap prices remain flat for sixth consecutive week

Industry News 10:19:43AM Oct 28, 2013 Source:SMM

25 Oct 2013 Last updated at 03:34:19 GMT
 
NEW YORK (Scrap Monster) : The average price of US H1 scrap remained unchanged over the week, as on 21st October, 2013. This is the sixth consecutive week that the prices are flat.

The average price of US H1 scrap in Pittsburgh, Chicago and Philadelphia was $334.17 per long ton on October 21st, 2013. The prices remained unchanged.

The average price of H1 scrap in Pittsburg was $339.5 per long ton. In Chicago the prices were $344.5 per long ton. The average price in Philadelphia was $318.5 per long ton, remaining unchanged over the week.

The average price of US H1 scrap in New York, Houston and Boston was $284.17 per long ton. The prices remained unchanged from those during the previous week.

 


Author: Paul Ploumis