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Taiwan’s Feng Hsin Iron & Steel has cut its domestic scrap purchase prices by NT$300 ($9) per tonne effective Friday September 4 amid pressure from cheaper Chinese billet and scrap from the USA and Japan.
This week, Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) looks at the future for oil country tubular goods (OCTG) in the USA and the consequences for related sectors.
Eight months on, Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) revisits the question of European steel producers’ rising profit margins and falling prices.
The economic signals from China suggest a further slowing of growth in the past couple of months.
The economic signals from China remain weak and confidence is low.
AT A GLANCE: H1 2015 financial results for China's major steel mills https://t.co/RyoyEyI7Dv
SSI in talks with eight banks over loan restructure as firm struggles with falling steel prices http://t.co/zVsMo35JLG
GM not expecting US supply issues despite steelmaker labour pains https://t.co/bZLWRq2D2o
14-16 September 2015
17th September 2015