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Welcome to AMM’s pricing section





 

Welcome to AMM's Pricing Section - if you have an account, please login. You must be a subscriber or take out a trial to access the content in this section. When you do, here’s what you’ll be able to access:

Custom Price Reports

This essential tool allows you to search the most comprehensive online database of metals prices. Depending on your level of access you can view, print, chart, or download from our historic database thousands of material prices dating back in some cases 50 years or more.
Here’s what available:

Latest Prices

This section features a full list of all metal price changes posted today. AMM proprietary prices are updated live throughout the day and posted here first. NYMEX/COMEX and LME prices are updated on a 30-minute delay. To access LME prices on a 30-minute delay you must upgrade your subscription.

LME at a Glance

The previous day’s LME prices are neatly organized in 3 sections – First session with stocks, second-session, two-day price comparison.

Monthly Averages

All AMM monthly average prices are presented in chart form for convenience and easy reference.

Weekly Charts

The popular charts that appear in the daily AMM issue once per week are available here with supporting data. They include AMM Ingot Indicator/Scrap Aluminum Price Comparison, Weekly Shredded Scrap Price Composite, Weekly Steel Scrap Price Comparison, and Weekly Tonnage Raw Steel Production Chart.

Exchange Rates

For convenience in currency conversions, AMM publishes a list of current exchange rates for the most commonly used currencies in metals trading.

Methodology

A full methodology for AMM’s Midwest Scrap index can be found here.


Latest Pricing Trends Year Over Year

Poll

After witnessing the pace of steel plant idlings and worker layoffs during the first half of the year, what is your view of the second half of 2015? (choose one)

No matter what else happens, layoffs and shutdowns, etc., have nearly or essentially stopped for the year.
The environment will change little and the pace of layoffs will continue at a similar rate as the first half of 2015.
The environment will change little yet the pace of layoffs will begin to slow slightly to moderately.
The environment will change little yet the pace of layoffs could exceed the rate seen thus far.
The environment will improve slightly to moderately yet hiring and plant restarts will not resume this year.
The environment will improve slightly to moderately, with hiring and plant restarts commencing.
The environment will improve dramatically yet hiring and plant restarts will still be negligible in comparison.
The environment will improve dramatically yet hiring and plant restarts will only be slight to moderate.
The environment will improve dramatically, with hiring and plant restarts occurring nearly in tandem.


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