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Ending stocks of ferrous scrap in United States: Raise in 2014

U.S. Geological Survey published that ending stocks of ferrous scrap rose slightly by 4.55 percent compared with the prior year. The variable negligibly climbed from 4 180 thousand tonnes to 4 370 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it increased by 0.24%. United States saw a drop of 17.55% in ending stocks of ferrous scrap during the last 17 years. Moreover, it has had the compound annual growth rate of 0.06% over the five years with a slight overall decrease since the 1998. It averaged 4 497.06 thousand tonnes from 1998 to 2014 and it hit its all-time high of 5 450 thousand tonnes in 1999 and record low of 3 070 thousand tonnes in 2009.

Ending stocks of ferrous scrap in United States: Raise in 2014
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2014 4 370.00 4.55
2013 4 180.00 0.24
2012 4 170.00 4.77
2011 3 980.00 19.52
2010 3 330.00 8.47
2009 3 070.00 -29.26
2008 4 340.00 4.83
2007 4 140.00 -1.66
2006 4 210.00 -15.29
2005 4 970.00 -7.96