PRICING NOTICE: Correction to Fastmarkets’ manganese 99.7% electrolytic manganese flake, in-whs Rotterdam price

Fastmarkets has corrected its manganese 99.7% electrolytic manganese flake, in-whs Rotterdam price, which was published incorrectly on Friday June 4 due to an error.

Fastmarkets’ weekly price assessment for manganese 99.7% electrolytic manganese flake, in-whs Rotterdam (MB-MN-0001) was originally published at $3,350-3,475 per tonne on June 4. It should have been $3,350-3,550 per tonne.

Fastmarkets’ pricing database, MInD, has been updated to reflect this change.

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 this price, please contact Cristina Belda by email at: pricing@fastmarkets.com. Please add the subject heading: FAO: Cristina Belda re: Manganese 99.7% electrolytic manganese flake price.

To see all Fastmarkets’ pricing methodology and specification documents, go to www.fastmarkets.com/about-us/methodology.

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