PRICING NOTICE: How Metal Bulletin base metals prices will be amended after the FastMarkets acquisition [UPDATED]

Metal Bulletin is proposing to amend a number of Metal Bulletin base metals prices following its acquisition of FastMarkets and a review of overlapping premiums published by both companies.

The consultation closes on Tuesday December 20, and subject to its outcome, the changes will be implemented on January 3 2017.

Click on the image below to open a PDF in a new window showing a table of the proposed changes.

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This article was updated on January 20, 2017 at 13:22 to clarify the frequency of the pricing of the zinc Rotterdam DP FCA premium.

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