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

The variable barely climbed by 4.55% in comparison with the previous year, refreshed statistics from U.S. Geological Survey display. The indicator rose hardly by 190 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it increased by 0.24 percent. The overall changes for the previous 17 years attained a decrease of 17.55%. Moreover, it has attained a raise at a 0.06% compound annual growth rate over the 5 years with a marginal overall decline 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: Growth 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