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Can anyone out there recommend a website that tells you the prices of structural steel over time in say the last 1 to 5 year period? Kind of like a Dow Jones chart for steel?
The indexes like you'll find in Engineering News Record don't tell all the story. They report prices at the mill for mill lots. You'll pay more, sometimes much more, from a distributor, especially if you're buying relatively small quantities or a piece at a time or if you need something besides plain ol' ferromanurium.

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