By Sean Barry - November 11, 2019
North American ferrous scrap prices rebounded in November as diminished supply following sharp price drops over the past two months drove numbers $20 per gross ton higher across the board in most regions.
By Sean Barry - October 9, 2019
North American ferrous scrap prices continued to face heavy downside pressure in October as a slew of maintenance outages and sloppy export trade exacerbated an oversupply of material in the market.
By Sean Barry - September 10, 2019
North American ferrous scrap prices more than gave back their gains from the previous month in September amid a plethora of steel mill maintenance outages and a glut of material.
By Sean Barry - August 13, 2019
North American ferrous scrap prices rebounded in August as a supply squeeze caused by an easing in inbound flows and stronger mill demand helped reverse four straight months of price declines.
By Bill Beck - July 11, 2019
When a consortium of Detroit-area mills announced early the week of July 4th that they would be buying ferrous scrap for July at a $10 discount to June prices, everyone expected that Chicago would quickly follow suit.