Best Of MetalMiner 2011 – Steel and Scrap

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Source: The Daily Green

Well, folks, the holidays are nigh. And that can only mean one thing.

No, it doesn’t mean you should go hit the spiked nog just yet. It means you should keep checking in with our site for the next week and a half, because the Best Of MetalMiner series is back.

Around special times like these, we take the opportunity to share with you some of the best, most popular or most-read posts of the year. Our fondness for steel leads off the season. Without further ado, here are the five most-read steel and scrap posts of 2011:

1. Steel Outlook 2011: Part One, and Steel Outlook 2011: Part Two

2. Key Performance Indicators Behind Steel End-Market Segments

3. A Successful Year For the LME Steel Billet Contract

4. Ferrous Scrap Prices The First Ride on the Steel Price Rollercoaster?

5. The Iron Ore Scrap Correlation: Does it Correlate to Steel Prices?

Look for many more Best Ofs to come in the days ahead — anything and everything from non-ferrous metal stories to posts on energy, macroeconomics and (especially) humor and metal appreciation.

Thanks for reading us this year!

–Taras Berezowsky

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