Fastmarkets LME Nickel March Average skewed by suspension of market: subscriber notice

The Fastmarkets LME Nickel March Average has been skewed by the suspension of the market followed by the disrupted Officials published for the 8-21st March and the 23rd March.

Please see the LME Notice 22/064 Nickel Market Update Resumption of Trading, paragraph 24 in regard to Averages methodology in the event of a disrupted Official.

Fastmarkets is reviewing the situation and will provide further updates in due course.

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