Metals Movers: The long and flat of US steel

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How have raw materials, scrap and fuel costs factored into the decline of US HRC and rebar prices?

Rye Druzin, Senior Reporter, quizzes Marialuisa Rincón, Reporter, on the downward trends of US rebar and the supply/demand expectations from construction. Rye also reflects on the new price floor for HRC and considers what the short-to-medium term might look like for US steel. 


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