2011 Forecast a Mixed Bag, Metaphorically Speaking

Triplett, Tim
July 2010
Metal Center News;Jul2010, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the positive and negative forecast for the domestic steel industry in the U.S. He quotes that the contrasting outlook of Peter Marcus and Karlis Kirsis, speakers for the Steel Success Strategies conference, on the performance of the steel market industry reveals the ambiguity for the market's performance. His analysis was based on the pricing of steel and competition among steel manufacturers.


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