DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Flurry of new bookings pushes prices up

Turkish deep-sea scrap import prices have gone up after a large number of cargoes were booked from European, Baltic Sea and US origins, sources said on Monday January 28.

Several deep-sea bookings from a variety of locations came to light late on Friday after the deadline for the indices that day. A steel mill in the Izmir region booked a European cargo, comprising 25,000 tonnes of HMS 1&2 (80:20) at $291 per tonne cfr, and 3,000 tonnes of bonus at $308 per tonne cfr. A steel mill in the Iskenderun region booked a European cargo comprising 25,000 tonnes of HMS 1&2 (80:20) at $295 per tonne cfr. A steel mill...

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Carrie Bone

January 28, 2019

17:15 GMT

London