India Metal costs more likely to fall in Q2: report

MUMBAI (Scrap Register): India’s home metal costs are anticipated to fall within the second quarter of this fiscal on account of oversupply, additional lowering margins for home metal producers.

A report by credit score scores company India Scores and Analysis has estimated that costs of each sizzling rolled coils (HRC) and rebars will fall within the coming few months.

Each HRC and rebar costs had been down 3% and 4% month-on-month in June. In Might 2020, metal costs quickly rose though increased inventories had been obtainable with metal gamers. This was on account of logistical constraints and man-power availability points, leading to restricted provide to end-use industries which steadily re-opened submit relaxations within the lockdown.

“Home gross spreads per tonne (realisation per tonne of metal much less the uncooked materials value per tonne of metal) for each sizzling rolled coil (HRC) and rebar are anticipated to fall additional in 2QFY21 with an additional fall in metal costs on account of oversupply,” the report stated.

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