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Regional Market Reports

Why did prices go up in one city and not in another? Did local steel production increase? What are scrap prices going to do next month? The answers are in these reports.   



Robust demand and supply squeeze lifts prices in Pittsburgh

By Sean Barry - October 10, 2018

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh recovered some of their losses from the previous two months as consumer demand remained strong and supplies languished in the wake of a slowdown in inbound flows.

Scrap prices fall another $20 in Pittsburgh on oversupply

By Sean Barry - September 12, 2018

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh tumbled a further $20 in September as a buildup in material in the wake of sluggish export trade offset robust demand from mills and foundries.

Oversupply drags prices lower in Pittsburgh in August

By Sean Barry - August 15, 2018

Despite demand remaining firm, ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh were dragged lower in August by a wave of material flooding the market.

Scrap prices hold firm in Pittsburgh in July on strong demand

By Sean Barry - July 11, 2018

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh were largely rangebound in July as decent supply flows were matched by strong buying activity, while slightly tighter near-by stocks helped push prime grades up another $10 over last month’s levels.

Scrap prices mixed bag in Pittsburgh in June

By Sean Barry - June 13, 2018

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh were mixed in June as sluggish demand and improved supply for some cut grades and turnings helped push down prices, while low stocks and strong demand boosted prime grades $10.

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