(D) – Ferrous scrap prices in Germany rose for the second month in a row in September. A brisk export business at the beginning of the month combined with a rebound in demand from domestic steel mills resulted in an average price increase of €10 per tonne compared to August. Depending on the mill and the starting ...
German steel scrap market situation improving but still fragile in September
Reviving demand on domestic and export markets lifts prices further
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