CRU’s Steel Monitor provides you with regular and in-depth market analysis of production, consumption, trade and prices for steel products in all major countries and regions. This service give you analysis on the full steel market cycle from raw materials through to mini-mill margins and the latest economic indicators as they stand to affect end-user demand.
The Steel Monitor is now provided through a revolutionary new online information service, allowing you to interact with your service in a more flexible and user-friendly manner.
The service provides you with all of the CRU price assessments, market analysis, news and data in one place, so that you can conveniently search for and access all of your current and historical information. And the functionality of the new service means you can interact with your Steel Monitor in ways you never could before, such as analysing and charting thousands of data series and searching databases and archives for specific market information.
CRU’s Steel Monitor also now includes CRU Steel News as part of the service for even more comprehensive coverage of the steel industry. CRU Steel News provides you with all of the latest news as it breaks across the full steel value chain on a daily basis, from raw materials through to semi-finished and finished products.
Data series available to you in the Steel Monitor:
- Steel prices (Rebar, Merchant Bar, Wire rod, Sections, Plate, HR coil, CR coil, HDG)
- Finished steel inventories
- Semi-finished steel prices
- Crude steel production
- Gross production of finished hot-rolled products
- Gross apparent consumption of finished hot-rolled products
- Historical prices (Rebar, Merchant Bar, Wire rod, Sections, Plate, HR coil, CR coil, HDG)
- Economic indicators
Weekly Steel Plate Prices Supplement
Your subscription also includes access to CRU’s weekly Steel plate Prices Supplement containing US Midwest, German, Italian and Chinese domestic prices of steel plate. Ensure that you are connected to the news and statistics that is currently shaping the steel industry.