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On Sunday, April 17, for a trade date of April 18, three financially settled steel contracts - Heavy Melting Scrap (HMS) 80/20 Ferrous Scrap; CFR Turkey (Platts) Swap Futures; Steel Billet, FOB Black Sea (Platts) Swap Futures; and European Hot Rolled Coil, Ex-Works Ruhr Germany (Platts) Swap Futures - will be listed on CME ClearPort and the New York trading floor.
In Europe: heavy melting scrap, FOB Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands and FOB Black Sea; and in the US: shredded scrap, delivered to Midwest mills.
2 heavy melting scrap, selected freight car and ship sections as well as shapes, pipe, plate and other steel mill scrap.
1 heavy melting scrap (HMS) category, with average purchases dropping Just $4 per ton.
1 heavy melting scrap (HMS, down $9) declined less dramatically.
1 heavy melting scrap surpassing $200 per ton seemed like a holy grail that scrap recyclers hoped someday might be attainable.
1 heavy melting scrap was being exported from Rotterdam for less than $70 per metric ton.
1 heavy melting scrap dropped by close to 80 percent in September 2001 from figures for the same month in 2000.