W. Coast plate prices up, but future iffy
Sep 03, 2013 | 05:01 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES U.S. carbon steel plate prices have risen on the West Coast, although theres little agreement on the likelihood of the market improving much further.
Domestic warehouse plate prices have risen by about $20 per ton over the past month to $800 to $830 per ton ($40 to $41.50 per hundredweight), depending on the size of the order and the local market, sources said, attributing it more to mills determination to push through a hike rather than an actual....
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