Delay to December ferrous scrap settlements

Fastmarkets advises that, as of Friday December 8, it has not settled its assessments of certain monthly regional ferrous scrap markets.

Fastmarkets typically settles these markets on or before the 10th of the month but will be delaying publication with December 10 falling on a Sunday.

The markets not settled by Friday include:

• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Arkansas
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Cincinnati
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Cleveland
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Houston
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Pittsburgh
• Ferrous scrap domestic dealer selling prices, St Louis
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Hamilton, Ontario
• Ferrous scrap domestic consumer buying prices, Montreal

Negotiations continue, and Fastmarkets will ensure that the outstanding markets are settled as soon as the requisite information is made available.

To provide feedback on this notice, please contact Amy Hinton by email at pricing@fastmarkets.com. Please add the subject heading: “FAO: Amy Hinton, re: scrap prices.”

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

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