For the most part we haven’t seen a whole lot of variance in pricing in Zones 1 thru 3. Zones 4 and 5 however have proven to be a bit more volatile. This month scrap pricing in Zone 4 (Northeast) rose about $13 or 8% while Zone 5 (Southeast) dropped about $15 or 7.5%. In the last 5 months this is almost a 20% drop overall for the Southeastern area of the U.S. With the recent hurricanes in the region we may see prices gain back some ground as supply chains get interrupted. Zone 3, which includes Texas, had no change in the past month but we can expect some more significant movement in our next update.