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    Globally Speaking

    Dec 08, 2016

    AMM's Globally Speaking provides essential information for procurement executives, scrap traders and other participants along the steel supply chain who deal with China, Turkey and other Asian countries. It includes international prices for a range of products such as billets, rebar, hot-rolled coil and plate. More »

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    Domestic rebar continues ascent on mill hikes

    Dec 08, 2016

    U.S. reinforcing bar prices have continued to climb on the heels of three recent mill hikes, market participants said. More »

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    Midwest premium ticks up despite buyer strike

    Dec 08, 2016

    The Midwest aluminum premium moved up this week, although the reasons for the uptick puzzled some market participants. More »

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    Plate mills raise tags another $40/T

    Dec 08, 2016

    At least three U.S. plate producers have announced price hikes of $40 per ton ($2 per hundredweight), according to customer communications. More »

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    Industry applauds Pruitt as EPA pick

    Dec 08, 2016

    Steel and manufacturing industry associations have commended President-elect Donald Trump’s nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt to Environment Protection Agency (EPA) administrator. More »

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    Nonferrous recyclers pin hopes on Trump

    Dec 08, 2016

    The U.S. nonferrous scrap industry is anxiously awaiting President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration as the market closes 2016 on mixed results, according to the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR). More »

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    Alabama Metal Industries plans layoffs

    Dec 08, 2016

    Alabama Metal Industries Corp. (Amico) has plans to lay off 86 workers in Illinois and 23 workers in Texas due to closures, according to Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notices. More »

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    Silicon tags jump as cheap material disappears

    Dec 08, 2016

    U.S. silicon prices now reflect the absence of cheap 553-grade material from the market, with spot prices jumping recently, according to market sources. More »

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    Copper scrap mart sees offshore interest

    Dec 08, 2016

    U.S. copper scrap markets are seeing some interest from overseas buyers offset limited domestic consumption, while U.S. buyers are reportedly holding off on new deliveries until well into the first quarter. More »

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    Import rebar stabilizes as Turkey stalls

    Dec 08, 2016

    Prices for Turkish rebar have stabilized lately following steep and rapid gains, amid a slowing Turkish scrap market and weak export demand, market participants said. More »

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    Davis Wire lifts prices for January

    Dec 08, 2016

    Davis Wire Corp. has lifted prices for its full line of products by $40 per ton ($2 per hundredweight) effective Jan. 3, the company said in a Dec. 7 letter to customers. More »

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    Aluminum imports down in October, ITC says

    Dec 08, 2016

    Imports of aluminum into the U.S. declined in October vs. the previous month, but exceeded the figure recorded for the same month last year by more than 50 percent. More »

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    Scrapyard owner re-elected to Minnesota Senate

    Dec 08, 2016

    Jeremy Miller of Wm. Miller Scrap Iron & Metal Co. will be serving his third term and filling two leadership positions in the Minnesota Senate. More »

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    Holiday notice

    Nov 29, 2016

    AMM’s offices will be closed Dec. 26 through Jan. 2 in observance of the Christmas and New year's holidays. More »

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