The minimum tonnage for a reported trade has been raised to 100 tonnes, from 25 tonnes, for all Metal Bulletin's P1020 premiums, including the daily Rotterdam duty-unpaid benchmark.
Metal Bulletin has also raised the minimum tonnage for a reported trade for the quarterly main Japanese ports (MJP) aluminium premium benchmark to 500 tonnes, from 25 tonnes previously.
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Metal Bulletin has changed the specifications of its aluminium ingot premiums to increase the minimum tonnage of transactions taken into consideration in the assessment process, effective Monday March 13.