Access global steel news, prices and our steel company database.We've got the global steel industry covered.
Sign up for a free trial
The reminder has been sent to your registered email address.
Once prepared by the design team, the site tour can be embedded here.
Major mills in China lowered their crude steel production rates in early July again after a rebound in late June.
Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) has examined the drivers behind the price volatility that has characterised the global steel markets since the beginning of the year.
Steel First sister organisation Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) examines the reasons behind last week’s rise in steel and iron ore prices.
Most recent Chinese economic data shows that the rebalancing of the economy is clearly under way.
The Chinese economy has seen a patchy recovery so far this year.
View our latest trade logs
China’s spot rebar prices up but trading activity weakens
RT @Commoditiesshow: The steel rally is going to 'fizzle out' soon - Business Insider https://t.co/6gS0Zqmsrx
30 May- 2nd June 2016