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SPECIALTY STEEL PRICES HIT 9-YEAR LOW

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  High-strength steel components for construction and other machinery should cost less than before.   Sluggish demand for construction materials TOKYO — Specialty steel prices have fallen to their lowest in nine years due to sluggish demand for

US FLAT-ROLLED STEEL PRICES INCREASE FOLLOWING HIKES

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Steel prices at mills may have bottomed out so now might be a good time to lock in pricing for products and components.   1.14.16 – Upward momentum on the back of more price hikes Hot-rolled and

STEEL SHEET TUMBLES TO 11-YEAR LOW

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Opportunities abound for negotiating lower prices on Japanese-produced steel products.   12.17.15 – Japan’s domestic oversupply and slowing exports The price of steel sheet continues to fall in Japan and has now sunk to the lowest level

U.S. FLAT-ROLLED STEEL PRICES UNCHANGED

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Falling steel prices mean opportunities continue to negotiate prices reductions for steel components.   U.S. hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel coil prices were still under pressure on Monday with many anticipating further declines but current levels were unchanged.  Platts

IRON ORE PRICES DROP AGAIN

IRON ORE exports from Port Hedland, Australia – the world’s largest iron ore port – hit a record high in June 2015 as global prices continue to fall. NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: More downward pressure on steel prices, especially in China. Figures

US steel prices still trending down

US flat-rolled steel prices crept down last week as mills continued to battle for market share against a backdrop of increasingly aggressive import offerings. Domestic steelmakers in the U.S. slashed prices in February to cope with a flood of imports

Iron ore price meltdown

At the end of the latest offshore session, benchmark iron ore for immediate delivery to the port of Tianjin in China was trading at $62.80 a tonne, down 0.8 per cent from its previous close of $63.30 a tonne. The

Iron ore: Apocalypse now?

Scandinavian iron ore miner Northland Resources SE has filed for bankruptcy with more than $650 million in debt. Kumba, whose Sishen mine in South Africa is the continent’s largest iron ore operation, will reduce stay-in-business capital expenditure 20 percent and

European and Chinese Steel Prices Fall

Steel prices in China have fallen from $607 per tonne (£385) in January to $542 (£344) in October. In the US the price has dropped from $861 (£546) to $839 (£532) over the same period. According to Mintec, the European

Iron ore: rust in peace

“The party’s over for iron ore” declared an ANZ research team returning from a trip to China after discovering demand conditions that were more challenging than thought, while analysts at RBC Capital Markets slashed their price forecasts for this and