MSCI: Steel Shipments, Inventories Decline in November

January 2007
Metal Center News;Jan2007, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports the declination of steel shipments in the U.S. in November 2006 according to the Metals Activity Report of Metals Service Center Institute. The decline is due to the service center so closely parallel the broader manufacturing economy. The inventory reports has shown a corresponding weaker economy of steel and aluminum industry. Steel inventories have first registered the first monthly decline in November 2005, when the cycle inventory building phase began.


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