Correction to Australia, Brazil alumina FOB indices on March 18

Fastmarkets has corrected its MB-ALU-0002 alumina index, fob Australia and its MB-ALU-0010 alumina inferred index, fob Brazil, which were published incorrectly on Monday March 18.

MB-ALU-0002 Alumina index, fob Australia, $/tonne was published in error as $370.07 per tonne. This has now been corrected to $370.02 per tonne.

MB-ALU-0010 Alumina index inferred, fob Brazil, $/dmt was published in error as $389.21 per dry metric tonne. It has been corrected to $389.16 per dmt.

Fastmarkets’ pricing database has been updated to reflect these changes.

These prices are part of the Fastmarkets base metals package.

For more information or to provide feedback on this correction notice or if you would like to provide price information by becoming a data submitter to these indices, please contact Laura Roberts by email at: pricing@fastmarkets.com. Please add the subject heading “FAO: Laura Roberts, re: Alumina index, fob Australia, $/tonne.”

Please indicate if comments are confidential. Fastmarkets will consider all comments received and will make comments not marked as confidential available upon request.

To see all Fastmarkets pricing methodology and specification documents, go to https://www.fastmarkets.com/methodology.

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