Global Steel & Raw Materials Feature
April 20, 2017
S&P Global Platts assessed Turkish deepsea premium heavy melting scrap I/II (80:20) at $264/mt April 19, down $1/mt from April 18.
A Turkish trader said no mills would buy higher than $260/mt.
A second trader said prices needed to decline to less than $250/mt for 80:20, based on limited demand for rebar.
A Turkish trader selling out of Europe said prices were stable, however.
No data was excluded from this assessment.
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