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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.   



Strong export and domestic demand propels scrap prices higher in Pittsburgh

By Sean Barry - January 10, 2018

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh continued to rise in January amid healthy buying patterns from local consumers, while strong overseas business activity continued to attract material to docks on the East Coast. 

Scrap prices roar up in Pittsburgh on strong export trade and domestic demand

By Sean Barry - December 13, 2017

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh shot up in December amid robust demand from domestic consumers and solid buying activity at the docks on the East Coast.

Prime moves down $10 in Pittsburgh, other grades hold firm in November

By Sean Barry - November 15, 2017

Ferrous scrap prices in Pittsburgh traded sideways in November as supply and demand was largely in balance, with the exception of prime grades that were discounted $10 from October levels amid a slight oversupply of material and weaker demand.

Weaker demand and high supply drives prices lower in Pittsburgh

By Sean Barry - October 11, 2017

Strong material flows and softer buying patterns forced ferrous scrap prices lower in Pittsburgh in October.

Markets mainly sideways in September on sudden rise in scrap flows

By Sean Barry - September 13, 2017

Due to the impact of Hurricane Irma on some of Scrap Price Bulletin’s operations, a portion of our normal services have been affected. For this reason, some of our market reports have been condensed into one market roundup this month. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

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