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Chemical and Materials Engineering: Materials Pricing

The Chemical & Materials Engineering Research Guide will help you jump-start the research process. This guide contains research books, article databases, eBooks and more - all focused on CME.

Finding metals pricing is challenging.  Most resources are pricey so we do not have access to many of the resources. Here are a few that you may find useful.

Metal Bulletin is a British publication that has pricing information, but it requires a subscription. One week trial subscriptions are available. Selected articles are available through the UK Libraries' Factiva subscription. To access, go to E-Journals A-Z and search for Metal Bulletin.

Metal Statistics is an annual handbook that ceased publication in 2002. It has been superceded by American Metal Market - please use the listing below. American Metal Market does have a website that provides some free information.  However, the website will ask you for a username and password if you click on "Pricing."

Metals Week is full-text accessible. Go to E-Journals A-Z and search for Metals Week. Connect to the LexisNexis listing. This automatically puts you into Metals Week. Enter your search terms in the box. Be sure to select a date range.