The publication of Fastmarkets’ Shanghai minor metal price assessments for Friday July 29 were delayed due to an editor error in the peer review process.
Market expectations of sustained demand growth in minor metals in the coming years due to decarbonization is driving the UK’s critical minerals strategy, UK policy lead for critical minerals at the Minor Metals Trade Association (MMTA) International Minor Metals in Sheffield, Matt Hatfield, said
From January 2023, Fastmarkets proposes to no longer roll over its price assessments for minor metals, ores, alloys or industrial minerals when these are scheduled to be made on days that fall on public holidays in the country in which the price is assessed, or in which a price is based.
The publication of Fastmarkets’ price assessment for minor metals on Friday, January 14 was delayed due to an error in the review process
Silicon grade 5-5-3 98.5% Si min, in-whs Rotterdam, €/tonne
Antimony trioxide 99.5% Sb2O3 min, cif US East Coast, $/tonne
Silicon carbide, refractory grade 98% SiC min, ddp Europe, €/tonne
Germanium 99.99% Ge, in-whs Rotterdam, $/kg
Antimony max 100 ppm Bi, in-whs Rotterdam, $/tonne
Aluminium primary foundry alloy silicon 7 ingot annual premium, cif MJP, $/tonne
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