PRICING NOTICE: Delayed publication of copper concentrate TC/RC indices

As a result of a technical error, Fastmarkets MB’s copper concentrate treatment charges (TC) and refining charges (RC) indices for December 14 were published late on the Fastmarkets price book.

Fastmarkets’ copper concentrate index dropped by $2.60 per tonne/0.26 cents per lb to $86.20 per tonne/8.62 cents per lb on Friday December 14 from the end of last month.

To provide feedback on the delayed publication of the copper concentrate indices, please contact Archie Hunter by email at: pricing@fastmarkets.com; Please add the subject heading ‘Re: FAO: Archie Hunter, Fastmarkets’ copper concentrate index’.

To see all Fastmarkets MB’s pricing methodology and specification documents go to: www.metalbulletin.com/prices/pricing-methodology

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