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EU Steel Prices Continue To Slide In November

The downward trend in EU flat product selling values persists. The poor economic outlook in many parts of the world, combined with global overcapacity, has led many international suppliers to focus on the West European steel market. Meanwhile, the traditional ...

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Imports drive EU Steel prices downwards in September

Despite strengthening demand in a number of west European countries, flat product domestic selling values are being negatively influenced by the availability of very low-priced third country import offers, said MEPS International in a snippet. Cheaper raw material and energy ...

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EU steel prices remain under negative pressure in July

Aggressive offers from third country suppliers are driving down flat product domestic selling values in all EU nations. Iran has entered the market of late, as their export duties have recently been lowered. In general, market activity is reasonable, despite ...

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EU Steel prices hold up in difficult market conditions

Flat product basis numbers are generally unchanged in western Europe, although MEPS can detect a little negative pressure in certain countries. Activity is picking up, albeit slowly, as the economic climate improves. Some steelmakers have decent order books. However, their ...

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EU Steel Prices Hold Up In Difficult Market Conditions

Flat product basis numbers are generally unchanged in western Europe, although MEPS can detect a little negative pressure in certain countries. Activity is picking up, albeit slowly, as the economic climate improves. Some steelmakers have decent order books. However, their ...

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Modest demand and low input costs keep EU Steel prices in check

Slow purchasing activity over the last month has not supported the European mills’ desire to lift basis values for flat products, said MEPS International in a snippet.   However, domestic steelmakers have reasonably good order books, thanks to improved export ...

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EU Steel Prices Fall In Line With Drop In Input Costs – To 58 Month Low

According to MEPS International Ltd, European demand for flat products remains lacklustre as many customers try to minimise their inventories before the close of the financial year. Although the mills are trying to resist calls for lower basis numbers, in ...

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EU Steel prices fall in line with drop in input costs – to 58 month low

European demand for flat products remains lacklustre as many customers try to minimise their inventories before the close of the financial year, said MEPS International Ltd.   According to MEPS, although the mills are trying to resist calls for lower ...

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Falling raw material costs push EU Steel prices lower in November

European flat products basis prices remain under negative pressure due to domestic oversupply, weakening raw material costs and flat demand caused by poor macro-economic conditions in several countries, said MEPS International in a snippet. According to MEPS, third country imports ...

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Weak market conditions keep EU average Steel prices stable

European flat steel products purchasing activity has been slow over the last month. Consumption in mainland Europe is stagnating, MEPS International in a snippet.   According to MEPS, most fourth quarter deals have now been concluded at the levels prevailing ...

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