August holidays usually signal sleepy markets and slumping prices. But this summer has yet to see a slowdown when it comes to pricing for raw materials and finished steel, especially in China. And despite the uncertainty of potential trade litigation hanging over the US and Europe, those markets continue to churn along. Metals Meltdown's Peter Brennan, Christopher Davis and Sebastian Lewis discuss the factors making this summer not so cruel.
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