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Prices for domestically traded rebar in Southern Europe have fallen below €400 ($443) per tonne amid weak activity and a similarly weak outlook, sources told Steel First on Wednesday July 29.
Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) has had a number of enquiries about the consequences for the global steel market of a possible debt payment default by Greece and the country’s potential exit from the eurozone.
Prices for drawn tubing products in North America and Europe are expected to hold up for the rest of the year, according to Steel First sister organisation Metal Bulletin Research (MBR).
In another tough month for the steel industry in China, prices should have fallen across the board. But while iron and rebar followed the seasonal trend down, flat steel products showed a modest increase.
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