PRICING NOTICE: Correction of N Europe domestic rebar price assessment

Due to an error in the normalisation process, the Steel First price assessment for Northern European domestic rebar was published incorrectly on Wednesday March 4.

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The correct assessment range has been updated in the database as €425-430 ($461-467) per tonne delivered.

For queries, please contact Nina Nasman via nnasman@steelfirst.com.

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