By Sean Barry - October 12, 2021
North American ferrous scrap prices were a mixed bag in October amid one of the most disconnected trades in recent memory.
By Sean Barry - August 9, 2021
The recent rally in the North American ferrous scrap market came to an end in August as an oversupply sunk obsolete grades by $20 per gross ton compared with last month, while prime grades largely held sideways, except in the south of the country where prices fell $10 per gross ton.
By Sean Barry - July 12, 2021
Prime grades of ferrous scrap continued to build on last month’s gains during the July monthly settlement, booking a $20 per gross ton increase in most regions of the country amid a deepening supply shortage and robust demand.
By Sean Barry - June 9, 2021
North American ferrous scrap prices surged in June as robust demand continued to put supplies under pressure.
By Sean Barry - May 11, 2021
Strong demand from a robust steel industry and a recent kick up in export prices put a solid floor under North American ferrous scrap prices in May, with obsolete grades booking a $20 per gross ton increase on last month and prime grades holding sideways.