Based in London, Beijing and Mumbai, CRU’s Stainless Steel team brings you global market analysis, forecasts and price assessments along the supply chain.
Our market analysis draws on our multi-commodity capabilities across nickel, ferroalloys and steel to provide an in-depth examination of stainless steel flat products globally. These market insights include five-year forecasts of production, consumption, and prices.Read our top ten calls for 2021 in the molybdenum industry
As a leader in price assessments, CRU releases monthly prices for chrome, molybdenum, cold rolled sheet, quarto plate and continuous-mill plate in Europe, North America and Asia. We also publish market updates to shed light on industry developments that are affecting prices.
Our Stainless Steel analysts work closely with our economics team, price assessors and specialists in related commodities to give you a global view you can rely on. CRU analysts are available to discuss market movements, prices and CRU’s methodology with you directly.
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