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Steel price rises ease at end Q3 after Chinese production increases to over half of the global total

Featuring Mark Wiggett

October 25, 2013 10:30:00 EST (7:01 mins)

Mark Wiggett, editor for Platts Global Market Outlook, discusses how there seems no sign of China’s steel production output slowing as it did as this time in 2012; the regional variation in rebar prices; and how iron ore prices eventually levelled off in early October after they had been falling steadily during the first half of September, even as mills continued to re-stock.

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