Monthly Archives: July 2017

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Gerdau SA Pushed More Leaded Bar Steel Sales into U.S.

Gerdau SA Pushed More Leaded Bar Steel Sales into U.S. Gerdau SA pushed more leaded bar steel sales into the United States, exporting from its Brazilian special steel mills, according to one special bar quality (SBQ) market source. Hot rolled leaded steels have been pushed as a growth niche by Gerdau management, partly as other [...]

2017-07-28T09:03:04+00:00A View|

New York State Business Activity Grew Modestly in July

New York State Business Activity Grew Modestly in July New York State business activity grew modestly in July, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Empire State Manufacturing Survey for July 2017. U.S. Drill Rigs Running Held Steady The number of drill rigs running in the US held steady last week as gains [...]

2017-07-21T04:43:29+00:00A View|

President Pledges to End Steel Dumping in U.S

President Pledges to End Steel Dumping in U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to end steel dumping in the United States, possibly via both tariffs and quotas. Steel is a big problem. Steel- is- I mean they are dumping steel. Not only, China, but others. We’re like a dumping ground, OK? They’re dumping steel and [...]

2017-07-16T08:03:15+00:00A View|

Overall Economy Grew 97th Consecutive Month

Overall Economy Grew 97th Consecutive Month The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) released its latest Manufacturing Report on Business and reports economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in June and the overall economy grew 97th consecutive month say the nations supply executives in this report. The report was issued by Timothy R. Fiore, CPSM, [...]

2017-07-07T11:46:38+00:00A View|