The record of the Commodity Exchange in Iran is in a state of instability due to the convergence of domestic prices with global markets. Perhaps in the current situation, the fall of the dollar exchange rate has helped the current situation. But if the dollar exchange rate rises again, we will see a heavier recession in the trading of the Iranian Commodity Exchange, especially in the steel sector.
The growth of Iranian steel export prices in the past month was caused by many events. Rising exchange rates against rials and high global demand were the most important factors in the growth of Iranian steel export prices. The Sino-US trade war adds fuel to rising global prices. Iran must make the most of these conditions.