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Highlights

Volatility in the HRC market will continue to exist in 2017, making risk management tools a priority

Analysts are predicting a price correction for coking coal in the future depending on how quickly mines can get back up and running

There is a fear of volatility in the market caused by President Trump's rhetoric on NAFTA

PITTSBURGH , Aug. 15 2014 — Welcome to The Snapshot, a series examining the forces shaping and driving global commodities markets today.

Today, we’re 41 days into the presidency of Donald J. Trump. You may have seen him Tuesday night, speaking before a joint session of Congress for the first time. More on that in a moment.

You’ve certainly seen the protests. But do you know who’s arguably most happy with the Trump Administration? I’ll tell you who. American steelmakers.