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Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) is expecting next year to be “definitely better” in Thailand than 2014, group ceo and president Win Viriyaprapaikit told Steel First on Monday November 24.
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?
Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) has cut its 2014 finished steel consumption forecast for China and also expects steel demand to fall, if only on an apparent basis.
Will European steelmakers succeed with price rises in Q2 2014?
.@Trafigura eyes acquisition of two #ironore terminals in #Brazil http://t.co/h6JMzzI5Bc via @ACamargo_SF #SteelFirst
.@BHPBilliton to cut $4bn per year in costs by 2017 http://t.co/OFQUP5znck via @MMadsen_SF #SteelFirst #ironore
STEEL FIRST OUTLOOK: #EU structural, industrial #pipe markets to struggle to year's end http://t.co/iVmr0be4dD via @metalsresearch #steel
08-10 December 2014
28-30 January 2015