DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Prices stable, week ends with no new deals

Turkish steel producers remained out of the the deep-sea scrap markets on Friday November 8 after buying scrap cargoes earlier in the week, sources told Fastmarkets.

While no new cargoes were booked on Friday, several were purchased earlier this week at steady prices and of the same composition. On Monday, there were three cargoes, two of US origin. The first, booked by a steel mill in the Izmir region, comprised unknown tonnages of HMS 1&2 (80:20) at $258.50 per tonne, shredded at $263.50...

Published

Carrie Bone

November 08, 2019

15:59 GMT

London