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- MEPS insight: slow market weakens Italy’s steel prices07.02.2024The price growth prompted by steelmakers’ increased quotations on either side of the New Year period appears to be slowing in Italy's flat product market.
- Further flat product price rises doubtful in the US02.02.2024Flat steel product prices in the United States appear to be at a crossroads.
- Global steel production and capacity round-up, Jan 202402.02.2024Updates to antidumping duties, steel import sanctions and mill operations across the globe are among MEPS International’s latest round-up of developments affecting steelmaking production and capacity.
- Technical issues prompt EU CBAM reporting extension01.02.2024Technical issues have forced the European Commission to grant a one-month extension to its first Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) reporting period.
- China drives global stainless steel production growth31.01.2024China registered a double-digit percentage rise in stainless steel production to ensure that global melt shop output rose by 2.5% year-to-date in the first nine months of 2023.
- Interview: MEPS insight into Tata’s Port Talbot plan23.01.2024MEPS International steel market analyst Jonathon Carruthers-Green has shared insight into Tata Steel’s decision to close its Port Talbot blast furnaces on LBC News radio.
- API steel outlook defies oil and gas supply uncertainty23.01.2024Disruption to Red Sea shipping routes caused by attacks on cargo vessels did not trigger the expected uplift in oil and gas prices.
- Tata Steel UK's EAF plan aims to ‘reverse losses’19.01.2024Tata Steel will close its two Port Talbot blast furnaces this year as part of a transition to EAF-based green steel production which aims to “reverse more than a decade of losses”, the company said.