September 2018

TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Ferro-titanium market relatively stable, awaits consumers

Key data from the Wednesday September 26 pricing session in Europe.

PRICING NOTICE: Amendment to Rotterdam export HMS 1&2 (70:30) price assessment

Following a consultation, Metal Bulletin will amend its weekly Rotterdam export scrap price assessment from HMS 1&2 (70:30) to HMS 1&2 (75:25).

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Turkish mills continue October bookings despite low sales

Turkish steel mills continued their purchases of deep-sea scrap on Tuesday September 25 with prices remaining largely stable.

DAILY SCRAP REPORT: Mills struggle with weak rebar demand, tight scrap supply

Turkish long steel mills are continuing to struggle with weak finished steel demand and tight scrap supply, sources said on Monday September 24.

TURKEY FERROUS SCRAP: Auto bundle, ship scrap prices show mixed dynamics

Turkish domestic scrap prices moved in different directions over the past week with auto bundle scrap prices going down while ship scrap prices rose, sources said on Monday September 24.

STEEL WEEK IN BRIEF: Record global rebar demand, excess steel capacity…

Metal Bulletin reviews the major stories that have affected the steel market during the week ended Friday September 21.

WEEKLY SCRAP WRAP: Prices move up on good demand and thin supply

The majority of global scrap prices moved upward on good demand and thin supply in the week ended Friday September 21.

Global aluminium scrap overhang pushes European market into freefall

Aluminium scrap prices in Europe fell to their lowest in several years , with a supply overhang continuing to batter the market.


The following Metal Bulletin non-ferrous European free market scrap prices changed on Friday September 21:

UK SCRAP: Light iron market supported by higher export prices

Prices for light iron scrap in the United Kingdom have been stable over the past week, with small but steady increases in export prices to key export destinations such as Turkey and the Indian subcontinent supporting the domestic market, sources told Metal Bulletin.