CHINA STEEL WRAP: Prices may climb up before holiday
Apr 27, 2012 | 03:47 AM
China’s spot steel prices are expected to edge up slightly just before the upcoming May Day holidays as traders stock up.
In Beijing, spot prices for rebar on Friday April 27 were in the range of 4,210-4,290 yuan ($667-679) per tonne, unchanged from Thursday’s prices, but down 20-40....
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