PRICING NOTICE: Holiday pricing schedule for 2020-2021

View the Fastmarkets holiday pricing schedule for 2020 and 2021.

Click on the image below to view the Fastmarkets holiday pricing schedule for base metals, minors, ores & alloys and industrial minerals, and ferrous prices for 2020 and 2021.

The 2020 calendar has been updated to include the extended Lunar New Year holiday in China, which affected certain prices. See the following pricing notices for further details:
PRICING NOTICE: Friday Jan 31 China-focused minor metals, ores & alloys content and pricing
PRICING NOTICE: Friday Jan 31 China-focused steel content and pricing
PRICING NOTICE: Friday Jan 31 China-focused base metals content and pricing

If you have any questions about Fastmarkets’ pricing calendar, please contact Fastmarkets global base metals editor Juliet Walsh at, Fastmarkets global minor metals, ores & alloys and industrial minerals editor Fleur Ritzema at or global steel editor Andrew Wells at

To see all Fastmarkets Metals & Mining pricing methodology and specification documents go to

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