Join us for CRU’s 5th Annual New York Steel Briefing, now virtual, featuring the outlook for steel and how to manage through volatile markets.
Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM EST
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption across domestic and global commodity markets, with steel among those most impacted. With scenarios for a post-pandemic outlook being developed, CRU analysts along with The CME Group will discuss the outlook for steel in North America and how to manage the uncertainty.
- Volatility and steel futures
Presented by the CME Group
- Economic forecast – North America
Anissa Chabib, Economist
- Steel Sheet and Plate Outlook
Josh Spoores, Principal Analyst
- Steel Scrap Outlook
Ryan McKinley, Senior Analyst
- Q&A Session
All speakers; led by Chris Houlden, Head of Steel
Further details about the content will be announced. The webinar is free to attend, and you may invite your colleagues to join.
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