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News Steel

CISA Daily Steel Production

Daily crude steel production at China Iron and Steel Association (CISA) member mills fell 4.7% year-on-year to 2.3 Mt in the period 1-10 May, according to the industry association. Although a 2.3% decline...

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News Grain

USDA 2022/23 Grain Trade Forecasts

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecasts global wheat exports at a record 205.3 Mt in the 2022/23 market year (Jul/Jun), up 3.7 Mt year-on-year, with Russia expected to be the largest exporter...

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News Oil

Brazil’s crude exports fall to three-month low

Brazil’s crude oil exports declined by 240K b/d m-o-m and 560K b/d y-o-y to 1.02M b/d in April, falling for the second month in a row to the lowest level since January, according to preliminary data...

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News Grain

US Grain Exports

US exports of corn, wheat and soyabeans combined fell to the lowest weekly total since September 2021 in the seven days ending 5 May at 2.2 Mt, down 0.1 Mt year-on-year, according to US Department of...

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News Steel

HRB Steel Prices Fall

The Western European price for hot rolled band steel (HRB) declined $150/t to $1,579/t in the two weeks to 11 April, according to World Steel Dynamics. The US HRB price fell $39/t over the same period...

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News Oil

Indonesia’s diesel imports rise to highest since 2018

Indonesia’s diesel imports increased by 26K b/d m-o-m and 52K b/d y-o-y to 135K b/d in March, rising for the second consecutive month to the highest level since November 2018, according to the government...

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News Iron Ore

Port Hedland Iron Ore Throughput

Iron ore throughout at Port Hedland reached 45.8 Mt in April, the highest recorded total for that month and up 0.7 Mt year-on-year, according to port authority data. Exports to China rose 3.2 Mt to...

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News Coal

Queensland Coal Ports Throughput

Coal throughput at the four main Queensland ports of Abbot Point, Dalrymple Bay, Gladstone and Hay Point fell 2.7 Mt year-on-year to 14.1 Mt in April, the lowest total for that month since 2017, according...

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