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The consultation, which is open until October 28, 2022, seeks to ensure that our audited methodologies and price specifications continue to reflect the physical markets for alumina, aluminium, cobalt, copper, lithium and manganese ore, in compliance with the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) principles for Price Reporting Agencies (PRAs). This includes all elements of our pricing process, our price specifications and publication frequency.
Fastmarkets is inviting feedback from the industry on its pricing methodology and product specifications for non-ferrous materials, as part of its announced annual methodology review process.
Fastmarkets wishes to clarify in this pricing notice its current methodological approach to Russian brands in its metals and mining pricing assessment process after Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
Fastmarkets’ Shanghai-London arbitrage calculations for base metals were published incorrectly on Wednesday September 28 due to a reporter error,
Is the ‘green’ advantage held by steel companies in the US at risk as the market adopts a more rigorous approach to reducing Scope 3 emissions?
Spot demand for aluminium is softening and Rotterdam premiums now, at the end of September 2022, are at a nine-month low, so market participants are considering whether Europe remains an attractive destination for imports
Hydro will partially curtail aluminium production at Hydro Karmøy and Hydro Husnes in Norway, the company announced on Tuesday, September 27.
The copper market faces macro-economic-related headwinds from the turmoil currently affecting economies worldwide, multinational commodities trader Concord Resources’ research manager, Duncan Hobbs, told delegates at the Fastmarkets Copper Conference in Barcelona, Spain, this month
What does the launch of Outokumpu new sustainable stainless steel line, Circle Green, mean for the industry’s green transition?
There’s demand for green steel across the supply chain, but Boston Metal aims to keep the need for a green premium to a minimum, a company executive told Fastmarkets earlier this year
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