Metal Bulletin

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Metal Bulletin
Categories Specialist information provider
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Euromoney Institutional Investor
Year founded 1913
Country United Kingdom
Based in London
Language English
ISSN 0026-0533

Metal Bulletin is a specialist international publisher and information provider for the global steel, non-ferrous and scrap metals markets. It is headquartered in London, United Kingdom.[1]


Metal Bulletin was first introduced in 1913. Its mission then, as it is now, was to provide must-have timely information, including price indications, for the global non-ferrous metals and steel markets. Over the years, Metal Bulletin became established as the bible for the world's metals and steel trading communities.

The magazine is published weekly—with a news and prices website with breaking news alerts, daily email news round-ups, as well as the option of online real-time prices.

Metal Bulletin's breadth of product offerings extends from online news and prices services, magazines, newsletters and online real time services, to directories and databases, books, market trackers and forecasts, research reports, and consultancy and the staging of events around the globe in the form of conferences and exhibitions.

The magazine was acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor in October 2006 for $408 million.[2][3][4]

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Metal Bulletin is the premium intelligence service for metals and steel professionals everywhere. Covering all global metals and steel markets, it provides a comprehensive package of the latest news, pricing information, expert market commentary and statistics.

Metals covered in detail include carbon steel, stainless and special steel, scrap and secondary, ores and alloys, raw materials, minor and precious metals, and base metals with additional coverage of freight news, capital markets, and exchange news and prices.


  1. ^ "Euromoney Institutional Investor acquires Metal Bulletin". AdAge. 27 October 2006. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Euromoney snatches Metal Bulletin", Daily Telegraph, 4 Aug 2006
  3. ^ "Euromoney sells Metal Bulletin subsidiary EIC", Daily Mail and General Trust, 12 April 2007
  4. ^ "Metal Bulletin", Folio Magazine, 31 January 2007

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