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U.S. steel industry blasts out of the blocks in the first half of 2018

By Bill Beck - August 20, 2018

As the summer of 2018 begins to wind down, the nation’s steel industry is enjoying one of its better years in decades. U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) is clipping along at just over 4 percent on an annual average basis, hot-rolled coil is selling for nearly $900 a ton, and the Trump Administration has slapped a 25 percent tariff on steel imported into the U.S.
 

Steel market reaches fork in the road for second half of the year

By Sean Barry - July 16, 2018

What a difference a year can make in the U.S. steel industry. Just 12 months ago the tone of American Metal Market’s Steel “Survival” Strategies conference was one of doom and gloom amid a depressed pricing environment and the lingering impact of high import levels on domestic production.

Scrap demand to be underpinned by further growth in electric arc furnace sector – SMA

By Bill Beck - June 18, 2018

As the summer of 2018 gets underway, the nation’s steel industry is enjoying one of its better years in decades. The U.S. GDP is clipping along at better than a 3.5 percent annual average, hot-rolled coil is selling for nearly $900 a ton, and the Trump Administration has slapped a 25 percent tariff on steel imported into the U.S.
 

Balanced market to keep prices sideways in June

By Staff - May 24, 2018

Prices for ferrous scrap in North America are expected to be sideways to slightly firmer in June as healthy levels of supply are set to be met by robust demand.
 

Balanced market to keep prices sideways in June

By Staff - May 24, 2018

Prices for ferrous scrap in North America are expected to be sideways to slightly firmer in June as healthy levels of supply are set to be met by robust demand.
 

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