Tin

Europe’s Tin Premiums Rise

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Reuters reported high quality tin is expected to become more scarce in the fourth quarter pushing prices higher.

Reuters reported high quality tin is expected to become more scarce in the fourth quarter pushing prices higher.

As quoted in the market news:

Traders said premiums paid to secure high-grade tin could rise by around $50 to $700 a tonne in the next two months as business picks up after the summer, with a disruption from Indonesia’s largest miner PT Timah exacerbating tight supplies.

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