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Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States have hit another all-time high, driven by supply shortages and strength in domestic ferrous scrap pricing.
The hot-rolled coil price has hit a new high in the United States, moving above $62 per hundredweight.
Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States continue to hit record highs, with further upside expected, Fastmarkets understands.
Confirmed deals have driven hot-rolled coil prices in the United States over $59.50 per hundredweight ($1,190 per short ton), to an all-time high.
Spot hot-rolled coil prices in the United States remained stable to begin the week.
Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States have reached an all-time high, supported by strong demand and extremely tight supply, Fastmarkets has learned.
Hot-rolled coiled prices in the United States held essentially flat to begin February.
Ongoing tight supply amid strengthening end-market demand has boosted the price for hot-rolled coil in the United States.
Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States have eased somewhat after soaring to a record high one week ago.
Hot-rolled coil prices in the United States have reached their highest level in at least 60 years, Fastmarkets has learned.
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