PRICING NOTICE: Delayed publication of US tin premiums

Due to a reporter error, the United States tin premiums for Tuesday July 13 were published in Fastmarkets’ price book five minutes later than the scheduled time of 3pm GMT.

Fastmarkets’ fortnightly assessment of the tin, 99.85% ingot premium, in-whs Baltimore, and the tin grade A min 99.85% ingot premium, ddp Midwest US, were published at 3.05pm on Tuesday.

For more information, or to provide feedback on the delayed publication of these premium assessments, or if you would like to provide price information by becoming a data submitter to these premiums, please contact Juliet Walsh, global base metals editor, by email at: Please add the subject heading: ‘Re: Metal Bulletin’s US tin premiums.’

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