|Categories||Specialist information provider|
|Publisher||Euromoney Institutional Investor|
|Based in||London, United Kingdom|
What was later known as Metal Bulletin was started in 1913 as Quin’s Metal Market Letters, a subscription newsletter, transitioning to Metal Bulletin biweekly journal two years later. The publication provided price and other information for the steel and non-ferrous metals markets. In 1967 the company introduced a spin-off publication, Industrial Minerals, which covered non-metallic minerals industry.  In 2001 Metal Bulletin bought American Metal Market. Metal Bulletin PLC was in turn bought in 2006 by Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, owned by Daily Mail and General Trust for 221 million British Pounds (408 million dollars).
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Metals covered 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.
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