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Southern European HRC Steel prices fall to €380 per ton

Industry News 06:18:08PM Nov 11, 2016 Source:scrapregister

UNITED KINGDOM November 11 2016 3:13 PM

LONDON (Scrap Register): The Southern European hot rolled cold (HRC) steel prices fell by €4 a ton week-on-week to €380 a ton during the week ended August 26, as per the latest figures from the Steel Index. 

It was another week of scarce market activity in Europe, keeping prices generally stable. The market, however, is mulling over potential price increases in September and the only question seems to be how steep they will be. 

The main supporting argument is the tightness of supply, as European mills indicated that available allocations for Q4 might be limited. 

Additionally, recently released data by Eurofer showed a sharp drop in total flat steel imports in June; the only exclusion was coated steel imports, which remained on an elevated level compared to 2015.

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Southern European HRC Steel prices fall to €380 per ton

Industry News 06:18:08PM Nov 11, 2016 Source:scrapregister

UNITED KINGDOM November 11 2016 3:13 PM

LONDON (Scrap Register): The Southern European hot rolled cold (HRC) steel prices fell by €4 a ton week-on-week to €380 a ton during the week ended August 26, as per the latest figures from the Steel Index. 

It was another week of scarce market activity in Europe, keeping prices generally stable. The market, however, is mulling over potential price increases in September and the only question seems to be how steep they will be. 

The main supporting argument is the tightness of supply, as European mills indicated that available allocations for Q4 might be limited. 

Additionally, recently released data by Eurofer showed a sharp drop in total flat steel imports in June; the only exclusion was coated steel imports, which remained on an elevated level compared to 2015.