Longbow: Steel Demand Declines in February

March 2009
Metal Center News;Mar2009, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p41
Trade Publication
The article reports on the survey conducted by Longbow Research on steel distributors in Independence, Ohio. The survey found that during February 2009 steel demand has declined by 9% compared to the previous month. Analyst Bob Richard also found that steel import offers continued to be muted, with 24% of service centers reporting an increase, while the majority calling it unchanged.


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