Oil Prices Become a Problem for U.S. SteelmakersBy
Lower U.S. demand is hurting domestic producers and importers
The price of hot-rolled steel coil has lost 38% this year
U.S. steelmakers battered by plunging prices have been quick to blame a flood of cheap Chinese shipments. But with imports nearing four-year lows, another culprit is emerging: the energy collapse.
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