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Some Japanese aluminum buyers agree second-quarter premium at $129/ton, up 25 percent from first quarter: sources [Reuters]

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PDF Some Japanese aluminum buyers agree second-quarter premium at $129/ton, up 25 percent from first quarter: sources | Reuters Reuters Staff 3 Min Read TOKYO (Reuters) - Some Japanese aluminum buyers have agreed to pay a premium of $129 per ton for shipments from global producers in the April to June quarter, reflecting soaring U.S. spot premiums, two sources directly involved in the pricing talks said on Monday. The new premium is 25 percent higher than the $103 per ton premiums in the current quarter. The premium is the highest in three years and marks the second quarterly increase in a row. Japan is Asia’s biggest importer of aluminum and the premiums for primary metal shipments it agrees to pay each quarter over the London Metal Exchange (LME) cash price set the benchmark for the region. The quarterly pricing negotiations began last month between Japanese buyers and global producers, including Alcoa Corp, Rio Tinto and South32 Ltd, with initial offers for premiums ranging between $13 [Read more]

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