(D) – Although Turkish buyers re-entered the market in mid-June, it was the absence of foreign demand over a prolonged period that made its mark on ferrous scrap prices in Germany in June. Compared with the prior month, prices for old scrap decreased by €50 and prices for new scrap sank €35 per tonne. As grade ...
The ferrous scrap market in Germany
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