September 2016

WEEKLY SCRAP WRAP: International scrap prices show mixed dynamics

Turkish import and UK export scrap prices showed signs of recovery during the working week from Monday September 26 to Friday September 30, as a number of deals were heard in those regions despite limited demand in Turkey.

Indian import HMS scrap prices narrow upward on domestic market strength

Prices for containerised HMS-grade ferrous scrap imported into India narrowed upward by $3 per tonne this week, while those for shredded material decreased for the second week in a row, market sources told Metal Bulletin on Friday September 30.

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Indices recover with fresh US cargo

Turkish scrap import prices recovered slightly with news of a fresh US cargo heard on Friday September 30.

MB NON-FERROUS EUROPEAN SCRAP PRICE CHANGES

The following Metal Bulletin non-ferrous European free market scrap prices changed on Friday September 30:

Taiwan’s scrap import prices drop further as mills hang back

Import prices for containerised HMS-grade ferrous scrap in Taiwan have fallen for the fifth consecutive week, with local electric arc furnace (EAF) mills refraining from bookings because they already hold high stockpiles of steel.

East Asian stainless steel prices soften on weak demand

Import prices for stainless flat steel products in East Asia softened this week as demand fell ahead of an upcoming weeklong holiday in China.

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Indices tick down with two fresh deals

Turkish scrap import prices inched down on Thursday September 29 with news of fresh UK and US deals.

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish market 'very silent, nobody wants to buy'

Turkish scrap import prices remained flat as the mills in the country were still quiet in the scrap markets on Wednesday September 28.

MB NON-FERROUS UK SCRAP AND FOUNDRY INGOT PRICE CHANGES

The following MB UK non-ferrous scrap and foundry ingot prices changed on Wednesday September 28:

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Indices flat on lack of fresh trades

Turkish scrap import prices remained steady on Tuesday September 27, on a lack of fresh deep-sea trades.