PRICING NOTICE: Correction to antimony prices, Rotterdam

Fastmarkets has corrected its trioxide grade and standard grade antimony prices, in warehouse Rotterdam, which were incorrectly published on Friday October 22 due to a reporter error.

The price for MB-SB-0001 Antimony, max 100 ppm Bi, in-whs Rotterdam, has been changed to $12,900-13,500 per tonne, from an incorrectly published price of $13,300-13,500 per tonne.

And the price for MB-SB-0002 Antimony MMTA standard grade II, in-whs Rotterdam, has been changed to $13,000-13,500 per tonne from an incorrectly published price of $13,150-13,500 per tonne.

This was caused by the omission of information that should have been considered in setting ranges.

Fastmarkets’ price book and database have been updated to reflect these changes.

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 prices, please contact Janie Davies by email at: Please add the subject heading FAO: Janie Davies Re: antimony prices.

To see all Fastmarkets’ pricing methodology and specification documents, go to

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