Long Products Trade Log, July 24 2014

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Latest transaction: rebar

Rebar
Turkey; domestic, rebar assessed at $570-575 per tonne ex-works, July 24.

Turkey; export, rebar assessed at $560-570 per tonne fob, July 24.

East China, domestic, grade-III rebar, traded at 3,030-3,110 yuan ($492-505) per tonne, including VAT.

North China, domestic, grade-III rebar, traded at 3,050-3,110 yuan ($495-505) per tonne, including VAT.

Wire rod
Turkey; domestic, wire rod assessed at $595-600 per tonne ex-works, July 24.

Turkey; export, wire rod assessed at $600-605 per tonne fob, July 24.

Merchant bar
Turkey; export, merchant bar assessed at $610-620 per tonne fob, July 24.

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