By Bill Beck - March 14, 2018
Southern California export markets were quiet in March, after dropping an average of $10-$15 in February. Domestic markets, meanwhile, were up $20 across the board after being sideways to down $10 on particular grades in February.
By Bill Beck - February 14, 2018
Southern California export markets gave back $10 to $15 of the $45 per ton average that they increased in December and January, after overseas demand slowed appreciably during the month.
By Bill Beck - January 10, 2018
Southern California export markets continued to show strength, booking a $25 increase in January following a $20 increase in December. Continuing strong demand from buyers in Asia had brokers seeking tonnes across the region as the New Year got underway.
By Bill Beck - December 13, 2017
After dropping $20 in October, and moving sideways for November, Southern California markets returned to September pricing on a $20 increase in December. The continuing strength of export business fueled the bullish overall market, which is expected to remain steady throughout the month.
By Bill Beck - November 15, 2017
After dropping $20 in October, Southern California markets were sideways for November. Export markets remain steady, and flow to export yards continues strong.