PRICING NOTICE: Correction of weekly CIS export CRC assessment

Steel First has made a correction to the weekly price assessment for CIS export cold rolled coil (CRC) published on Monday February 9 in its price database.

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The upper end of the assessment range has been corrected to $490 per tonne instead of $510 per tonne.

The correct assessment range is $475-490 per tonne fob Black Sea.

The change was due to a correction in the normalisation calculations.

If you have any questions, please contact regional editor Nadia Popova at npopova@steelfirst.com.

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