North America Steel Prices

Below you will find the very latest, independently researched prices, covering the Carbon Steel market in North America. With MEPS Steel Prices you only pay for data from the steel markets that matter to your business. Find out more about which North America steel product data is available below.

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US dollars per tonne

MonthHot Rolled CoilHot Rolled PlateCold Rolled CoilHot Dipped Galvanised CoilElectro Zinc Coated CoilWire RodSections & BeamsRebarMerchant Bar
Aug-2019686838813928939705826679728
Sep-2019667793804918928683761678727
Oct-2019603749763865884661728656693
Nov-2019602674764866884628728635693
Dec-2019651707804906928639727625694
Jan-2020703740846949972661761647728
Feb-2020685738846949972661786646753
Mar-2020687727829933961661786645753
Apr-2020594687745848873661785631753
May-2020572618711813840628760619728
Jun-2020603619734836862650760622728
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North America Steel Prices 

MEPS regional average steel prices for North America are computed from a weighted average of prices in USA and Canada. The weighting is based on steel consumption in the individual countries. Prices are collected in the appropriate local currency and converted into US dollars to provide a basis for comparison.