Tin premiums may rise in 2013: consumers
Oct 22, 2012 | 04:05 PM
| Chris Prentice
NEW YORK Spot tin premiums remain unchanged in the United States, while early negotiations for 2013 contracts are indicating the same to slightly higher delivered premiums for next year, according to market sources.
"Its still a big question mark," one tin consumer said. "Well probably set them in the next couple of weekssome are pretty flat from this year. Weve heard others that are up a bit and others that are up a slight bit."
Delivered spot premiums have remained in the $650- to $750-per-tonne range so far in 2012, although speculation of certain brands of Grade A material being offered as low as the mid-$500-per-tonne mark have been prevalent over the past several weeks. ....
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