- Turkish import prices steady on limited trades
- United States export prices up on recent Turkish sales
- Vietnam, Taiwan import prices rise on higher offers
- Indian import prices up on tight supplies
Turkish imported ferrous scrap prices were largely stable this week, with only two cargoes traded before Turkish steelmakers retreated from the deep-sea market due to rising offer prices.
Turkish mills booked two Baltic cargoes at $299 and $300 per tonne cfr for HMS 1&2 (80:20) on December 16
- comparable to the previous Baltic cargo deal at $299.50 per tonne cfr.
Fastmarkets' daily index for steel scrap HMS 1&2 (80:20...