MEPS Steel Indices are here to help you understand Carbon Steel price developments across multiple products and markets. Unlike our MEPS Steel Prices, these data tables provide you with the relative change instead of the actual price. This data table covers the Carbon Steel market in Europe. If you are looking for a different market or product, you can choose your preferred options at the top of this page.
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Index based on prices in euros per tonne. January 1997 = 100
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Europe Steel Index
MEPS regional average steel indices for Europe are derived from a weighted average of prices in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the UK. The weighting is based on steel consumption in individual countries. Prices are collected in the appropriate local currency and converted into euros to provide a basis for comparison. Indices are calculated by comparing the current price with the corresponding value in January 1997. This base value has an index number of 100.
Index values remain constant across per ton, per kg, and per tonne underlying price metrics.