PRICING NOTICE: Metal Bulletin’s ferro-molybdenum specification

Metal Bulletin prices European molybdenum as per the specifications published by the Minor Metals Trade Association.

Metal Bulletin prices European molybdenum as per the specifications published by the Minor Metals Trade Association.

Metal Bulletin free-market ferro-molydenum price
Price: $ per kg molybdenum, in-warehouse Rotterdam
Molybdenum content: 65% min
Si: 1.50% max
Cu: 0.50% max
C: 0.10% max
S: 0.10% max
P: 0.05% max
All other elements should be each 0.10% max, with the exception of Fe.
Form: lumps in range from 5-50mm, 90% minimum
Lot size: minimum 10-tonne lots (+/- 2%)
Payment terms: cash or 30 days
Assessment: on Wednesdays and Fridays by Metal Bulletin’s London office
Publication: between 2pm and 3pm London time on Wednesdays and Fridays

If you have any questions or comments to make on the specification for ferro-molybdenum and molybdic oxide, please email reporter Claire Hack at chack@metalbulletin.com

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