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Southern European rebar export prices up $7 despite weak activity

April 16, 2014 - 17:10 GMT Location: London

KEYWORDS: rebar prices , rebar exports , Easter , Algeria , election , wire rod exports

Rebar export prices for material from Southern Europe have increased by €5 ($7) per tonne week-on-week, market sources told Steel First on Wednesday April 16.

Transaction levels remained low, however, ahead of elections in Algeria and because of the Easter holidays. "The intention is there to increase prices, but there are no requirements coming from the market," a producing source...

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