Chinese rebar, wire rod prices dip on talk of output cuts
Nov 05, 2009 | 11:28 AM
Negative market sentiment pushed Chinese spot rebar and wire rod prices down another 40 to 50 yuan ($6 to $7.50) per tonne Thursday after the country's central government renewed its commitment to cut overcapacity.
In the Shanghai spot market, HRB335 20-millimeter rebar is being sold at 3,450 to 3,500 yuan ($505 to $513) per tonne, while wire rod is 10 yuan ($1.50) higher.....
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