Euromoney Institutional Investor

  • Pricing Reporter

    Job ID
    Sep 2018-7999
    Metal Bulletin
    Contract Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Job Advert

    The Metal Bulletin Group aims to provide leading pricing intelligence, including independent industry benchmarks, for the metal and mining industry. The group’s global portfolio of news, analysis, conferences and insight services complement these price benchmarks.

    Position Summary

    Metal Bulletin is looking for a Shanghai-based pricing reporter to cover the crucial minors, ores, alloys and battery raw materials markets. The reporter will work within a global team to assess prices and provide news, breaking news and in-depth features for these key and dynamic markets.

    Scope and Impact

    This position sits within Metal Bulletin’s non-ferrous and Industrial Minerals divisions, which enjoys a strong reputation among the industry as a leading Price Reporting Agency. The role provides an opportunity to cover some of the commodity world’s most important stories, benchmarks and events in China and globally.

    The coverage will include pricing of Metal Bulletin’s minors and battery raw materials prices as well as helping on the benchmarks in ores and alloys which are used in physical contracts. The reporter will also help launch various new battery raw materials prices, which is gaining interest amid growing battery demand for the electric vehicle sector.

    He/she will report to the MOA senior pricing reporter in Shanghai, and closely work with colleagues in Shanghai, London, Chicago, New York, Singapore and Sao Paolo.


    • Some experience in journalism preferable
    • Price reporting experience preferable but not essential
    • Educated to graduate level
    • Interest in/understanding of financial markets and commodities
    • Good written and spoken English and Mandarin
    • Team player and strong networking skills
    • Good confident telephone manner
    • Ability to meet deadlines
    • Open to occasional travel to attend conferences


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