MEPS - INDIAN STEEL PRICES -
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by MEPS International Ltd.
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Note: Indian domestic steel transaction prices relate to those
agreed by steelmakers and service centres for prime material in the
specified products. The prices are for regular business transactions
between customers and their local steel mills, negotiated during the
current month for delivery in the future. Delivery charges and local
taxes are not included in the quoted prices. Long term contract
deals arranged in the domestic market, or agreements for lots of
imported steel, are specifically excluded from our independent price
Flat Products - Delhi.
Long Product Prices - Mumbai.
Hot-Rolled Wide Coil - 2-3mm thickness, width over 1.1 metres.
Hot-Rolled Plates - 15-40mm thickness, width over 2.0 metres.
Cold-Rolled Coils - 0.8mm thickness, width over 1.3 metres.
Hot Dipped Galvanised Coils - 0.63-0.8mm thickness, width over 1.1
metres, coating thickness 275 gm/m2.
Wire Rod (Mesh Quality) - 8-12mm diameter.
Medium Sections and Beams - 240mm x 240mm H Beam.
Reinforcing Bar (Deformed) - 16-20mm diameter.
Merchant Bar - 50 x 50mm x 6mm equal angle.
Steel transaction prices are
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price and market data is researched by MEPS staff and our local
information in the tables, charts and commentaries have been
calculated from respondents who we consider provide accurate
intelligence on the relevant steel markets. We make our best
endeavors to be assured that the information is correct and that
our analysis is reliable.
Our predictions are based on a wide experience of steel consumption
patterns. The econometric models we have constructed take into
account raw material costs, macro-economic factors, past price
trends and the dynamics of the market. However, steel prices can be
influenced by a number of other factors. These include currency
exchange rates, trade regulations including import safeguard
measures, anti-dumping actions and other government interference in
normal trade patterns. More than one third of all steel produced is
sold outside the country of manufacture. Accordingly, changes in
market conditions in one country can impact on pricing in other
parts of the world. Consequently, these forecasts should be used
only as a guide to future tendencies. MEPS (INTERNATIONAL) LTD
cannot be made liable for any loss resulting from the use of these
price forecasts however it may arise.
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