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Scrap prices are rising in most markets

The positive trend is supported by Turkiye, which held the second round of presidential elections

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Activity in global scrap markets has slowed due to high uncertainty

Steel plants have reduced purchases of raw materials to a minimum in anticipation of positive signals on the steel market

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World scrap prices continue to fall

Activity in the Turkish and Chinese markets picked up as commodity prices reached operational levels

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Prices for scrap metal in Turkiye are on the way to $360/t

In most of the world's scrap metal markets, raw material quotations are falling due to reduced demand for steel

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Scrap prices continue to fall in most global markets

Falling steel prices make it impossible to buy scrap at current prices

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Global scrap prices are increasing losses amid weak demand

Steelmakers are refusing to buy scrap because they are unsure of future steel sales

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World scrap prices are falling due to global uncertainty in the steel market

The future of the world scrap market depends on the recovery of demand for finished steel products

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Global scrap prices continue to decline amid a weak steel market

The expected increase in prices depends on the resumption of purchases by Turkish steelmakers

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World scrap prices continue to decline amid uncertainty

China is breaking out of the general trend thanks to a recovery in steel demand

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World scrap prices are falling amid weaker demand in Turkiye

Scrap quotations on the Turkish market for the week of March 20-27, 2023, decreased by $16/t

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UAE extends export ban on ferrous scrap

The ban has been extended until September 21 this year

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Global scrap prices are falling amid low market activity

Scrap quotations on the Turkish market for the week of March 13-20, 2023, decreased by $5/t

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