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    HSS tags rise after Ross report sows supply

    Feb 23, 2018

    US domestic structural tubing prices strengthened, touching $1,000 per ton ($50 per hundredweight) for the first time in four years, after the Commerce Department's Section 232 report stoked extra buying in the face of potential import curbs. More »

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    US OCTG prices have room to rise: Vallourec

    Feb 23, 2018

    Vallourec's mills could achieve full United States rolling capacity of 750,000 tons per year before the end of 2018, it said, noting that prices for oil country tubular goods (OCTG) are still rising in the US. More »

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    Major companies push to recycle, secure cobalt

    Feb 23, 2018

    Apple has been experimenting with ways to recover cobalt from its lithium-ion batteries and to use recycled cobalt. More »

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    Reduced supply boosts Taiwan scrap import tags

    Feb 23, 2018

    Import prices for containerized heavy melting scrap (HMS) in Taiwan have risen further this past week amid tight supply in the spot market. More »

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    Global ferro-alloys pricing on February 22

    Feb 22, 2018

    The latest ferro-alloy prices as reported by American Metal Market and Metal Bulletin price reporters. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: US nickel briquettes, cathodes

    Feb 23, 2018

    Metal Bulletin and American Metal Market will launch new premiums for nickel briquettes and 4x4 cut cathodes on March 13. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: No. 1 busheling scrap

    Feb 15, 2018

    American Metal Market is proposing to increase the frequency of its No. 1 busheling scrap index assessment to the 10th of each month and every Friday, and to expand the footprint covered under the Midwest designation, following substantial market feedback. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: No. 1 heavy melting scrap

    Feb 15, 2018

    American Metal Market is proposing to increase the frequency of its No. 1 heavy melting scrap index assessment to the 10th of each month and every Friday, and to expand the footprint covered under the Midwest designation, following substantial market feedback. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: Steel discontinuations, mergers

    Feb 15, 2018

    After a thorough internal review, American Metal Market is proposing to discontinue the following steel price assessments due to a lack of liquidity, effective April 1. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: Ferrous scrap alignment

    Feb 15, 2018

    Following a comprehensive review of its portfolio, the Metal Bulletin Group, the parent company of both American Metal Market and Scrap Price Bulletin, proposes a comprehensive reorganization of its North American ferrous scrap coverage. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: Shredded scrap

    Feb 15, 2018

    American Metal Market is proposing to increase the frequency of its shredded scrap index assessment to the 10th of each month and every Friday, and to expand the footprint covered under the Midwest designation, following substantial market feedback. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: Chicago scrap (revised 2/6)

    Feb 15, 2018

    American Metal Market has completed the second assessment of its expanded Chicago methodology, which includes the addition of three Indiana steel mills and one Iowa mill. More »

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    PRICE NOTICE: Midwest ali premium (rev. 2/22)

    Feb 22, 2018

    Metal Bulletin and American Metal Market are seeking feedback on a proposal to amend the methodology for its assessment of the US P1020 spot premium, changing the frequency of the assessment to twice weekly on Tuesday and Friday. More »

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