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World steel price projections - econometric modelling report

world steel price forecasts

Econometrics is defined as the application of mathematics and statistical methods to the analysis of economic data. This report assesses historic steel prices and attempts to correlate them with other important raw material / energy / related commodity prices, in order to predict [using independent projections of future oil, coal, scrap etc prices] the future trends in international steel prices. The report includes a discussion of main assumptions; of both strong and weak apparent determinants of historic steel prices; and provides projections of hot rolled coil and reinforcing bar prices for the period 2011-2015.


Published in April 2011, this is a 25 page report that will be of interest to industry executives or management consultants involved in capital budgeting, forward planning, and / or steel industry investment appraisal.

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