TITLE

BLAST FURNACES & STEEL MILL PRODUCTS

PUB. DATE
July 2003
SOURCE
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Metals;2003 3rd Quarter, p63
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
The article presents statistical information on blast furnaces and steel mill products Data relating to revenue, input costs has been forecasted. Revenue and price forecasted for the first quarter in 2002 in billion dollars is 161.2. For the second quarter in 2002 is 65.0, for the third quarter is 69.9 and for the final quarter is 68.6. For the each quarter in 2003 the revenue and price forecasted in billion dollars is 71.5, 69.0, 67.6 and 68.1 respectively. Input costs forecasted for the year 2003 in billion dollars is 36.7 for the first quarter, 38.9 for the second quarter , 41.8 for the third quarter and 41.0 for the fourth quarter. For the year 2003 the input costs forecasted for the four quarters are 42.7, 41.2, 40.3 and 40.3 respectively.
ACCESSION #
14620942

 

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