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Start of the New Year set to bring higher scrap prices

By Sean Barry - December 20, 2017

Ferrous scrap prices in North America are expected to continue rising in early New Year trading and build on solid gains achieved in December, with the Scrap Trends Outlook trend indicator number surging to 71.6, a record high since the Outlook began in April 2010.

Robust demand set to propel scrap prices higher in 2018

By Sean Barry - December 18, 2017

Prices for ferrous scrap in North America are set to continue posting gains next year as economic growth is expected to boost demand for steel, while overseas buying activity is forecast to remain strong, according to the results of a recent survey by Scrap Price Bulletin.

When all is said and done, 2017 should end up about where it started

By Bill Beck - November 20, 2017

With another year nearly in the books, it is beginning to look like 2017 will end up about where it started. 

Ferrous scrap market braced for positive December

By Sean Barry - November 21, 2017

The North American ferrous scrap market is expected to finish the year on a positive note despite the holiday period amid a confluence of factors such as easing supply flows, robust demand and steady export trade.

November scrap mart shaping up to go sideways?

By Bill Beck - October 30, 2017

After a significant slide in October that saw ferrous scrap markets across much of North America drop anywhere from $25 to $40, dealers and brokers are expecting a much less volatile November.

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