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The Metals Meltdown boys, Christopher Davis, Sebastian Lewis and Peter Brennan, are back with the latest monthly take on the global steel markets. The Chinese market has firmed on stronger raw materials and expected production cuts, while in Europe supply tightness and trade cases are expected to result in price increases in Q4. But the US is seeing downward corrections as demand tails off.


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