European zinc premiums up despite looming supply hike
Oct 21, 2013 | 08:01 AM
| Mark Burton
LONDON Some special-high-grade zinc buyers in Europe have agreed to premiums of $155 to $165 per tonne for 2014, market sources told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin, up about $20 from this year.
Traders and consumers have agreed to the higher premiums for contracts covering portions of their requirements for next year, but most of the contracts havent been signed yet, market sources said.....
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