PRICING NOTICE: Correction to Metal Bulletin’s Shanghai spot in-warehouse copper premium

Due to a data error, Metal Bulletin’s spot premium assessment for Shanghai in-warehouse copper ER cathodes was published incorrectly on Monday June 11.

The premium assessment for grade A copper cathodes, Shanghai, bonded in-warehouse ER, should have been $78-83 per tonne on June 11, instead of $78-82 per tonne as published earlier.

Metal Bulletin’s price book and database have been updated to reflect this change on the high end of the range.

To provide feedback on this price assessment or if you would like to provide information by becoming a data submitter to this assessment, please contact Archie Hunter by email at: Please add the subject head “FAO: Archie Hunter, re: Shanghai copper premium”.

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