FEATURE ARTICLE April 2022
Japanese Steel Producers Expand Abroad

Japan’s crude steel production is ranked number three in term of global production, surpassed only by China and India. Prior to the pandemic Japan’s average crude steel production was 109Mt per year from 2005 to 2018, with production peaking at 120Mt in 2007. Japan’s domestic steel demand is expected to level out due to the declining population and increased protectionism as Japanese customers seek to increase local steel production.

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FOCUS April 2022
Prices to Strengthen in Q2

Average steel prices increased in Europe in the March quarter due to rising energy costs, supply constraints, and the crisis in Ukraine.

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ECONOMIC OVERVIEW April 2022
Commodity Musical Chairs

The Russia-Ukraine crisis has created a new negative supply shock for the global economy. AME now expects global economic growth of 3.9% this year, down from our previous forecast of 4.5%. In 2023, AME expects global GDP growth of 3.2%.

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PRICE UPDATES May 2022
Keep current with the industry

Covering contemporary changes in production, engineering costs, risk and
returns. Our engineers and analysts monitor project developments, visit
operations and talk to producers to reflect these changes. This helps to
keep you current with the actual heartbeat of the industry.

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DAILY BRIEFING May 2022
The latest intelligence

The latest energy and metal intelligence on investments, innovations and production.

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