The domestic steel market is weak in supply and demand this week, and manufacturers continue to choose to cut prices to destock.
        Under the influence of negative factors such as global economic recession expectations, domestic high temperature and off-season, repeated epidemics, and frequent real estate project risks, the market sentiment is pessimistic, and the enthusiasm for terminal purchases is low. Most of the steel mills are still in a state of loss, the supply continues to run at a low level, and the willingness to suppress the price of raw materials and fuels is still strong. It is expected that the weak situation of supply and demand in the steel market will continue, the cost still has room to move down, and the steel price may be weak.