China Steel Intelligence
In a change to the scheduled programme, this issue we will be looking at the early impacts, and some of the potential opportunities, for China’s steel industry resulting from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Our review of changing environmental policies will wait until a wider policy review following the conclusion …
Steel markets have started 2022 on a strong note in China, with confidence recovering from late 2022, although real demand remains frozen in the winter snows. Higher steel output has driven iron ore back to $130/tonne levels, while steel export offers are being hiked despite limited buying interest.
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China is entering a difficult year with a number of risks. Kallanish has already laid out its base case forecasts, but it is worth reviewing some of the uncertainties at the start of the year. In this issue we highlight a few factors which could shift our forecasts over the …
China is treading a thin line between restructuring its real estate sector and ensuring economic stability, with serious consequences for steel demand. Output and export controls are meanwhile also in transition. With a range of uncertainties in the year to come, we outline our base case for the year in …
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Very good overview of the weekly steel market.