After some demand returned to the Italian scrap market last week, the sector is reported to be uneventful this week, with mills adopting a wait-and-see attitude and putting off their purchases. They are hoping to get better visibility from the wider international arena, Kallanish learns from market participants.
Italy has seen a steeper scrap price fall than other European countries this month, amounting to €120-130/tonne ($127-138/t) on average. Domestic fin…
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