(D) – The downward slide in steel scrap prices in Germany continued unchecked in October. For the second month in a row, scrap traders were forced to accept major price cuts of €30 or more per tonne. The sinking prices were due to the ongoing slump in scrap demand from steel mills, which are struggling with their ...
Ferrous scrap prices continue to dive amid weak demand
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