DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish mills look for lower prices on slow market

The Turkish steel producers have started another working week without any deep-sea bookings due to the uncertainty in the market and sluggish demand for finished steel goods, sources said on Monday December 3.

A number of market participants reported various offers and bids at the beginning of the week, but no transactions were completed, Fastmarkets was told. Some sources said that offers from suppliers in the United States were heard around $310-320 per tonne cfr for HMS 1&2 (80:20), while offers from the Baltic...


Cem Turken

December 03, 2018

16:30 GMT