Metal Bulletin prices and physical market reports will soon be available to use with all tools, calculators and features on the FastMarkets platform, allowing you to view its key benchmarks and price assessments alongside live market data, news, research and physicals coverage and use them with FastMarkets’ unique market data tools.
Once combined with the existing FastMarkets physicals assessments, the FastMarkets platform will provide the widest range of base metal assessments available on a single subscription.
To arrange a free trial of FastMarkets Professional with the Metal Bulletin prices included on the platform, please email email@example.com, call one of the regional offices or complete the online free trial form.Tools on the FastMarkets platform you can use Metal Bulletin prices with:
Email and SMS price alerts
Export to Excel/DDE*
You will be able to use all of the prices with our MyInstruments tools to combine these prices with live exchange, FX and Treasury data alongside your own calculations.*
Historical data for Metal Bulletin prices going back to 1997
All FastMarkets Professional subscribers will be able to access Metal Bulletin’s Price archive back to 1997, as well as FastMarkets’ historical market data catalogue.*
How to get Metal Bulletin prices on the FastMarkets platformFastMarkets subscribers
Existing subscribers to FastMarkets should contact their account manager by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling one of the regional office numbers below to have these prices added to their subscription.
Metal Bulletin subscribers
Metal Bulletin subscribers who would like to access Metal Bulletin base metal or precious metal prices through the FastMarkets platform should contact email@example.com to request a free trial of the platform.
FastMarkets regional offices:
EMEA: +44 (0)845 241 9949
Americas: +1 (312) 929 4200
Asia: +65 6242 7089
Australia, NZ & Japan: +61 (0)401 666 095
India: +91 993 004 1205
About Metal Bulletin pricesMetal Bulletin price reporters assess more than 950 non-ferrous, ferrous, raw material and non-metallic mineral prices, many of which are the industry-standard benchmarks, trusted and used across the industry supply chain.
The price assessments are made as a completely impartial and independent price reporting agency that engages with all sides of the market, including sellers, buyers and traders, during the price discovery process.
Metal Bulletin’s price reporters are highly skilled and our pricing practices align with core IOSCO principles. Wholly independent and transparent methodologies and price specifications are central to Metal Bulletin price assessments.
*Usage of this tool with Metal Bulletin prices may be subject to signing a data usage agreement.