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How long will buying conditions remain favorable? What warning signs indicate higher prices?
As the reigning global economic uncertainty continues, companies are busy setting their budgets and planning for 2013. It is critical to know what you’ll pay for key commodities, raw materials and other cost inputs and how global demand and supply balances will impact prices.
By predicting and capitalizing upon price fluctuations, and minimizing supplier and material costs, organizations can thrive amidst global economic uncertainty and achieve a competitive advantage. Join this one-hour webcast with an industry leading economist who will assess purchasing and sourcing risks across key sectors and regions.
Anton is manager of the IHS Steel Service and the ferrous metals industry analyst for the firm's Cost and Industry Service. In addition to producing regular forecasts of steel production, demand, and price, he is also responsible for managing the relationship between IHS and major steel clients, including some of the largest mills in the United States, Japan, and Europe.
He has an economics degree from Florida State University and a law degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary.
In addition to his work with IHS Global Insight clients, Mr. Anton regularly provides steel industry analysis to magazines and dailies such as Purchasing Magazine, Steel Business Briefing, American Metal Market, Investor’s Business Daily, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Bloomberg, and Engineering News Record.
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