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CISA Monthly Report on China Steel Market

  • ID: 1245026
  • December 2014
  • Region: Asia, China
  • SteelHome

This monthly report keeps you updated on the latest trends in the Chinese Steel Market. Each issue provides you with an overview of the latest developments, key facts and essential data.

Examples of Market Highlights - October 2013 Issue:

In October 2013, the Chinese steel market was on the downside and oversupply remained a constant trend. The market might reach a delicate balance and stay stable in the future as steel demand and production will both decline, entering a seasonal lull.

According to China Iron and Steel Association (CISA), China steel price index (CSPI) was 99.34 points at the end of October, down 1.23 points or 1.22 percent month on month. It retreated below 100 points again.

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Sample Table of Contents

I China steel market turned upward
1 Longs price registered a larger monthly increase compared with flats
2 Prices of major steel products rebounded slightly
3 Steel price rebounded steadily

II Analysis on China steel market
1 Chinese economy maintained stable growth and steel demand continued increasing
2 Crude steel output slightly declined and oversupply pressure eased moderately
3 Raw material prices stood high, giving support to steel price.
4 Steel inventory kept declining
5 New loans posted a monthly increase and market liquidity enhanced

III Global steel market continued falling
1 Flats price posted a larger decrease than longs
2 Asian market slightly rebounded while European and North American market kept dipping

IV Outlook on China steel market
1 Chinese economic growth will maintain stable and steel demand will keep rising
2 Crude steel output continues falling and oversupply pressure will moderately ease
3 Removal of export rebates is paying off and steel exports will keep sliding

Tables:
Table 1: China Steel Price Index (CSPI) in August 2010
Table 2: Prices and index change of major steel products in August 2010
Table 3: China Steel Price Index (CSPI) in August and September
Table 4: Steelmaking raw material price change in August 2010
Table 5: China steel inventory change in August 2010
Table 6: CRU global steel price index by late August 2010
Table 7: August ex-works price of steel mills from Midwest
Table 8: Germany's steel price change in August 2010
Table 9: Steel price in Asian market in August (Far East, CIF)

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