Asia Steel Prices

Below you will find the very latest, independently researched prices, covering the Carbon Steel market in Asia. With MEPS Steel Prices you only pay for data from the steel markets that matter to your business. Our data covers a range of steel products in Asia, see the table below for the full list.

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US dollars per tonne

MonthHot Rolled CoilHot Rolled PlateCold Rolled CoilHot Dipped Galvanised CoilElectro Zinc Coated CoilWire RodSections & BeamsRebarMerchant Bar
Mar-2021
Apr-20218058098919901049715791686746
May-2021932947101711201156837873776809
Jun-2021983985107612231259841930848857
Jul-2021984967108512421264833925796863
Aug-2021990987109112421316870938828863
Sep-20219861000110412431294875950814883
Oct-2021981983109712321283880945816889
Nov-2021933947105712091294843927782896
Dec-2021910940102812121284848930777888
Jan-202287192199611701272836921757877
Feb-2022
Mar-2022
Apr-2022
May-2022
Jun-2022
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Asia Steel Prices 

MEPS regional average steel prices for Asia are computed from an arithmetic average of prices in ChinaJapanSouth Korea and Taiwan. Prices are collected in the appropriate local currency and converted into US dollars to provide a basis for comparison.