DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish mills quiet again in deep-sea markets, prices stable

The Turkish steel producers went quiet again in the deep-sea scrap markets after booking a number of deep-sea cargoes late last week and at the beginning of this week, sources said on Tuesday July 24.

Mills in the country booked two deep-sea cargoes from the US and Europe on Monday July 23, totalling 55,000 tonnes, in addition to the two European cargoes booked at the end of the last week, totalling 70,000 tonnes.

“It is all quiet again. There are sellers out there but buyers are silent. US HMS 1&2 (80:20) offers remained...

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Cem Turken

July 24, 2018

16:20 GMT

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