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US HRC Steel prices continue to rise by $14 a short ton

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United States hot rolled cold (HRC) steel prices continued to rise by $14 a short ton or 2.1% week-on-week to $678 a short ton in the week ended April 17th this year, as per the latest figures …

United States hot rolled cold (HRC) steel prices continued to rise by $14 a short ton or 2.1% week-on-week to $678 a short ton in the week ended April 17th this year, as per the latest figures released by the The Steel Index (TSI).

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  • 1. 1 5 2014 US HRC Steel prices continue to rise by$14 a short ton | United States | SCRAP REGISTER NEWS http://www.scrapregister.com/news/3709/us-hrc-steel-prices-continue-to-rise-by-14-a-short-ton 1/1 0 UNITED STATES April 30 2014 6:35 PM US HRC Steel prices continue to rise by $14 a short ton NEW YORK (Scrap Register): United States hot rolled cold (HRC) steel prices continued to rise by $14 a short ton or 2.1% week-on-week to $678 a short ton in the week ended April 17th this year, as per the latest figures released by the The Steel Index (TSI). According to TSI, spot HR coil prices in the US Midwest strengthened a further $14 a short ton last week as suppliers maintained price discipline in the wake of recent list price increases. One buyer described recent upward movements in coil pricing as relentless, noting long delivery lead-times were supporting price rises. TSI’s delivery lead-time indicator averaged 5.6 weeks (from order), over the past 5 days. 0Like Share

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