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Ferrous Scrap Price Index

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No. 1 Busheling
(USD/GT, delivered to the mill)

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No. 1 heavy melt: Avg. of prices delivered to the mills in Chicago, Birmingham,
Pittsburgh, & Philadelphia. No. 1 busheling: Avg. of prices delivered to the mills
in Chicago, Birmingham, Detroit, & Cleveland. Shredded scrap: Avg. of prices
delivered to the mills in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Birmingham, Detroit, & Cleveland.
Previous-month prices refer to the price that the Previous mo.'s market settled
out at; for months in which the market changed, they reflect the last change in
the Previous mo.'s prices.

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$364.50

$383.75

$386.50

ar

$418.75

Shredded scrap

17

No. 1 busheling

13

$335.50

$350.75

No. 1 heavy melt

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Previous month

Fe

Today

460
440
420
400
380
360
340
320
300

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U.S. National Ferrous Scrap Price Index

Shredded

U.S. Ferrous Scrap Prices


Chicago

Today

No. 1 heavy melt

$355.00

No. 1 dealer bundles

Previous mo.

Pittsburgh

Today

$337.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$355.00

$340.00

$405.00

$375.00

No. 2 heavy melt

$345.00

$325.00

No. 1 busheling

$410.00

$380.00

No. 1 busheling

$425.00

$390.00

Shredded scrap

$377.50

$357.50

Shredded scrap

$390.00

$365.00

Machine shop turnings

$251.00

$233.50

Machine shop turnings

$275.00

$250.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$373.00

$355.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$380.00

$355.00

Plate & structural, low alloy, 2 ft. under

$453.00

$423.00

Low-residual, black/foundry busheling

$519.00

$489.00

Philadelphia

Today

Low-residual, ductile-quality shredded clips $533.00

$503.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$323.00

$325.00

Low-alloy punchings

$635.00

$605.00

No. 2 heavy melt

$310.00

$305.00

Clean auto cast

$464.50

$441.50

No. 1 dealer bundles

$390.00

$350.00

No. 1 busheling

$380.00

$350.00

Birmingham

Today

Shredded scrap

$370.00

$345.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$370.00

$340.00

Machine shop turnings

$275.00

$250.00

No. 2 heavy melt

$360.00

$330.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$365.00

$330.00

No. 1 busheling

$420.00

$395.00

Plate & structural, low alloy, 2 ft. under

$420.00

$400.00

Shredded scrap

$390.00

$375.00

Low-residual, black foundry busheling

$500.00

$460.00

Machine shop turnings

$285.00

$270.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$395.00

$360.00

Cleveland

Today

No. 1 heavy melt

$355.00

$330.00

Detroit

Today

No. 1 dealer bundles

$430.00

$370.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$355.00

$340.00

No. 1 busheling

$435.00

$385.00

No. 1 dealer bundles

$410.00

$370.00

Shredded scrap

$385.00

$365.00

No. 1 busheling

$410.00

$375.00

Machine shop turnings

$275.00

$255.00

Shredded scrap

$390.00

$360.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$375.00

$355.00

Machine shop turnings

$280.00

$255.00

Tin can bundles

$355.00

$325.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under

$380.00

$355.00

Tin can bundles

$365.00

$330.00

Previous mo.

Previous mo.

Previous mo.

Previous mo.

Previous mo.

Prices are the opinions of MetalPrices.com's correspondents/market specialists based on interviews with scrap dealers, brokers, and consumers for the date listed.
Except where noted, all prices are in gross tons (2,240 pounds). Except where noted, scrap prices are the price of scrap delivered to the mills or foundries, based
on actual transactions. Brokers' buying prices are the price of the processed scrap FOB the dealer yard (based on actual transactions), loaded onto the truck, rail
car, or barge; they are computed by subtracting freight and brokerage from the price of the processed scrap delivered to the consumers. The abbreviation (a)
means that the price is an appraisal in the absence of current transactions; an actual price will be listed once transactions have been made. Previous-month
prices refer to the price that the Previous mo.'s market settled out at; for months in which the market changed, they reflect the last change in the Previous mo.'s
prices. For commentary and analysis of the scrap markets, historical prices, and charting, see the Ferrous Scrap Price Index page of www.MetalPrices.com.

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Cincinnati

Today

Previous mo. St. Louis

Brokers' buying prices:

No. 1 heavy melt

Today

Previous mo.

Brokers' buying prices:

Houston

Today

Previous mo.

Brokers' buying prices:

$350.00

$322.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$341.00

$321.00

No. 1 heavy melt

$325.00

$305.00

No. 1 dealer bundles $394.50

$358.00

No. 1 dealer bundles $395.00

$365.00

No. 1 busheling

$373.50

$351.50

No. 1 busheling

$399.00

$362.50

No. 1 busheling

$400.00

$368.00

Shredded scrap

$354.00

$336.50

Shredded scrap

$371.00

$351.00

Shredded scrap

$368.50

$348.50

Mach. shop turnings $215.00

$195.00

Mach. shop turnings $255.00

$231.00

Mach. shop turnings $228.00

$211.00

P&S, 5ft. max

$320.00

P&S, 5ft. max

$337.00

P&S, 5ft. max

$347.50

$362.00

$367.50

$340.00

Export Scrap-Metal Prices


East Coast

West Coast

Container
Today

Previous price

Bulk
Today

Previous price

Container
Today

Previous price

Bulk
Today

Previous price

HM 80/20

$330.00

$330.00

$340.00

$335.00

$325.00

$325.00

$330.00

$330.00

Shredded scrap

$335.00

$335.00

$345.00

$340.00

$335.00

$335.00

$335.00

$335.00

Plate & structural, 5 ft. & under $340.00

$340.00

$350.00

$345.00

$340.00

$340.00

$340.00

$340.00

All prices are in metric tons (2,204.62) and are calculated FOB the port.

Imported Pig Iron/HBI Prices


Pig iron/HBI

Low

High

Brazilian basic pig iron

$409.00

$416.00

Ukrainian/ Russian basic pig iron

$409.00

$416.00

Brazilian foundry pig iron

$500.00

$510.00

Hot briquetted iron (HBI)

$328.00

$345.00

All prices are in metric tons (2,204.62) and are calculated FOB loaded onto the barge in New Orleans.

Finished Steel Prices


Hot-rolled coil

Cold-rolled coil

Steel Benchmarker

Price
(USD/NT)

Price
(USD/MT)

Price
(USD/NT)

Price
(USD/MT)

USA market (east of the Mississippi) (FOB mill)

$633.22

$698.00

$729.38

$804.00

Western Europe (Germany/France) (ex-works)

$535.24

$590.00

$655.90

$723.00

Mainland China (ex-works)

$436.36

$481.00

$549.75

$606.00

World export market (Atlantic and Pacific Basin) (FOB port of export)

$484.44

$534.00

$566.08

$624.00

Shanghai Futures Exchange - steel rebar

Settlement Settlement
(USD/NT)
(USD/MT)

NYMEX - hot-rolled coil US Midwest

Settlement
(USD/NT)

Settlement
(USD/MT)

Cash

$467.20

$515.00

Jul 2013

$635.00

$699.97

Aug 2013

$507.00

$558.87

Aug 2013

$633.00

$697.76

Sep 2013

$518.60

$571.66

Sep 2013

$618.00

$681.23

Oct 2013

$528.20

$582.24

Oct 2013

$610.00

$672.41

Nov 2013

$533.60

$588.19

Nov 2013

$610.00

$672.41

Dec 2013

$538.80

$593.92

Dec 2013

$613.00

$675.72

Jan 2014

$540.20

$595.47

Jan 2014

$612.00

$674.61

Feb 2014

$544.60

$600.32

Feb 2014

$612.00

$674.61

Mar 2014

$546.80

$602.74

Mar 2014

$612.00

$674.61

Apr 2014

$547.80

$603.85

Apr 2014

$612.00

$674.61

May 2014

$547.40

$603.40

May 2014

$612.00

$674.61

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Iron Ore Prices
SGX Iron ore swaps CFR China(62% Fe fines
USD/MT)

Daily
settlement

Cash

$126.33

2nd month

$126.17

3rd month

$122.92

4th month

$120.92

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U.S. Steel Production


Thousands net
tons

%from
previous
period

% Capability
utilization

Jul 06, 2013

1,876

78.3

Jul 06, 2012

1,823

2.9

73.3

Jun 29, 2013

1,822

-3.1

76.1

Week ending

Production by district
(in thousands of net tons)

Week ending

Year to date

06 - Jul

29 - Jun

North East

206

202

Great Lakes

695

655

Midwest

221

233

668

649

86

83

1,876

1,822

Jul 06, 2013

49,708

-5.7

76.8

Southern

Jul 06, 2012

52,725

78

Western
Total

Source: American Iron and Steel Institute

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