Talk of change to base price seen complicating zinc mating season
Dec 13, 2005 | 01:56 PM
| Matthew Lerner
The zinc concentrate mating season could be complicated this year by a change to the base price, which the treatment charges (TCs) are built on, from last year's $1,000 a tonne.Discussions on the base price stem from the fact that current zinc prices are north of $1,800 a tonne on the London Metal Exchange. At least one source said he expects the base price to be adjusted accordingly.....
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