Metals and mining prices

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Track, chart, compare and export 950+ global metal and mining prices with Fastmarkets’ price data.

We provide you with the price data and insights to understand the forces driving market volatility, interpret economic developments and recognize factors impacting the supply chain.

Our prices are market-reflective, assessing both the buy and sell-side of transactions. Inform your strategy with price data that is unbiased, IOSCO compliant, benchmarked and used across the metals industries worldwide.
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The Inflation Reduction Act in the United States may ironically cause global metal market prices to rise for some metals used in electric vehicles (EVs), Fastmarkets sources said
An alarming drop in water levels in Germany’s Rhine River and other key waterways in Europe has led to massively strained logistics in shipping commodities across Europe, driving up costs and exacerbating material supply, sources told Fastmarkets
Fastmarkets is proposing a realignment of its dealer selling price for ferrous scrap machine shop turnings in Houston, effective from the September 2022 monthly settlement.
Fastmarkets is proposing a realignment of its dealer selling price for ferrous scrap machine shop turnings in St Louis, effective from the September 2022 monthly settlement.
Fastmarkets is proposing a realignment of its consumer buying prices for No1 bundles and No1 busheling scrap in Alabama, effective from the September 2022 monthly settlement.
Fastmarkets has corrected its consumer buying price for cut structural/plate 3’max, delivered mill Philadelphia, following an input error during the monthly domestic ferrous scrap trade in May.
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