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Grace Asenov

North American steel editor

Grace Asenov, North American steel editor, has over ten years’ editorial experience. She and her team develop prices and produce insightful content in line with Fastmarkets’ price reporting strategy.

Before she started covering the North American ferrous market for Fastmarkets, Grace was a copy editor at PR Newswire and a reporter at The Journal of Commerce, a containerized freight trade publication. She quickly progressed to the role of steel reporter in 2016, covering flat-rolled markets until she was promoted to price development manager for North America in 2017. Since 2019, Grace has been North American steel editor, leading a team of reporters covering US steel markets.

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Fastmarkets is inviting feedback from the industry on the pricing methodologies for the following assessments: steel cold-rolled coil, fob mill US; steel hot-dipped galvanized coil (cold-rolled base), fob mill US; and steel cut-to-length plate carbon grade, fob mill US.
Fastmarkets invited feedback from the industry in an open-consultation process on the pricing methodology for its Northern Europe and United States hot-rolled coil indices.
Economic and policy experts at aluminium, steel and scrap trade associations are hopeful about demand and policy prospects in 2021, but remain wary about potential problems that could still arise from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Fastmarkets publishes trade logs for its key price assessments and indices to bring more transparency into the markets it covers and the pricing process it applies.
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