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China’s spot rebar market posted gains in the northern region on Monday October 20 following a price increase by Hebei Steel, while those in the eastern part of the country held steady.
Over the past few weeks, Europe's steelmakers and their association, Eurofer, have been actively lobbying the EU over their chances of survival in the coming years. Things are, it seems, looking bleak.
The movements in the nickel sector earlier this year led Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) to predict higher prices. Now we ask: has that view been borne out?
Will European steelmakers succeed with price rises in Q2 2014?
RT @NNasman_SF: BIG NEWS: @TataSteelEurope in talks to sell European longs operations to #Klesch Group http://t.co/o3kCitkQCf #steel #Europ…
.@TataCompanies #steel in talks to sell longs operations to #Klesch #SteelFirst @NNasman_SF http://t.co/p1VqQnU2im http://t.co/jVOPIyvY0I
Tribunal rejects Bolivia’s second appeal on Jindal’s El Mutún award #SteelFirst via @FPeroni_SF #steel http://t.co/SvLeeQ9bbb
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