Precious metals price guide

Metal Bulletin has produced independent assessments of non-ferrous metal prices, steel prices and scrap prices for many decades since it was established in 1913. These non-ferrous and ferrous metal prices and scrap prices are used widely. Producers, consumers and trading companies take Metal Bulletin prices as the basis to settle contracts with their counter-parties. Companies and banks employ them to value inventories or ores, and to evaluate projects and opportunities. Governments consider them when they calculate royalties and tariffs.

For more information on our pricing methodologies, please visit our pricing methodology page.

Iridium 
MB free market min 99.9% $/troy oz in warehouse 
Johnson Mattey base price (unfab) $/troy oz 
Englehard base price $/troy oz 

Palladium
European free market in warehouse min 99.9% $/troy oz 
Johnson Mattey base price (unfab) $/troy oz 
Englehard base price $/troy oz 

Platinum 
European free market in warehouse min 99.9% $/troy oz 
Johnson Mattey base price (unfab) $/troy oz 
Englehard base price $/troy oz 

Rhodium
European free market in warehouse min 99.9% $/troy oz 
Johnson Mattey base price (unfab) $/troy oz 
Englehard base price $/troy oz

Ruthenium 
European free market in warehouse min 99.9% $/troy oz 
Johnson Mattey base price (unfab) $/troy oz 
Englehard base price $/troy oz 

Metal Bulletin Pricing Tools

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