Cem Turken

Freelance reporter
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Steel scrap prices in both Turkey and the major Asian markets were under pressure in the week to Friday July 29. Most participants in these markets were expecting more of a downtrend to come in scrap prices amid weak sales of steel products
Exporters of steel scrap have continued to explore alternative destination markets for sales of deep-sea scrap cargoes because of the slump in prices in Turkey, sources said in the week ended Friday June 24
A wide variety of factors have contributed to “a really shaky period” in international trade, delegates heard at the 86th meeting of Irepas, the International Rebar Producers & Exporters Association, held in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 29-31, 2022
Turkish steel mills resumed their deep-sea steel scrap bookings after a recovery in steel sales in the country’s domestic and export markets, sources said on Thursday May 26
Turkish steel producers made no new scrap bookings on Friday August 27, ending the working week with a single cargo deal amid limited finished steel sales, market participants said.
Turkish steelmakers skipped the first working day of the week with no deep-sea scrap trades, sources told Fastmarkets on Monday August 23.
Turkish steel producers continued to book deep-sea scrap cargoes for September shipments at stable prices on Wednesday August 4, market participants told Fastmarkets.
Turkish deep-sea scrap import prices have fallen due to a United States cargo deal completed at a low price, sources told Fastmarkets on Thursday July 29.
Domestic steel rebar and wire rod prices in Turkey have softened over the past week amid falling imported scrap costs and low demand during holiday periods, market participants said on Thursday July 29.
Turkish steel producers started the week with no deep-sea trade after the holiday periods in the country, market participants said on Monday July 26.
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