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  • Price Briefing January 12 - 18

    Friday, 19 January 2018

    European graphite prices rise in early 2018 contracts; Chinese acidspar prices jump up by $100 on array of domestic factors; Seaborne antimony trioxide market picks up while European domestic prices adjust; Chinese ilmenite prices soften; Chinese soda ash prices stay flat as supply increases

  • Seaborne antimony trioxide market picks up while European domestic prices adjust

    Wednesday, 17 January 2018

    The global seaborne antimony trioxide market rises while European domestic prices adjust due to lower spot activity. Bullish Chinese sentiment at the core of price improvement.

  • Price Briefing: 29 December-4 January

    Friday, 05 January 2018

    Chinese domestic lithium carbonate prices soften as 2018 starts; ATH prices set to rise in 2018; sellers pushing for 'sizeable' increases; Iodine global prices strengthen at start of 2018; Zircon prices rise, characterized by short supply; Sluggish global antimony trioxide market while European prices soften.

  • Sluggish global antimony trioxide market while European prices soften

    Wednesday, 03 January 2018

    End-of-year holidays have pushed down European antimony trioxide prices, while Chinese and US markets remained unchanged into the New Year.

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  • The end is nigh: A bleak future for Bolivian antimony

    Monday, 02 October 2017

    Producers foresee little prospect for continued antimony operations in a country that once was a major player in the industry, as regulations strangle business, writes Myles McCormick, IM Correspondent, from La Paz.

  • Tough times for many in 2015

    Saturday, 27 December 2014

    Energy minerals still waiting for battery lift off; chromite market bearish over next 12 months

  • Australia: End of the mining gloom?

    Wednesday, 26 November 2014

    The downturn of the global “commodities supercyle” and slowing raw material demand in China has been felt keenly in Australia’s resources sector. But while proponents of Australian mining admit the industry isn’t quite as mighty as it used to be, they say that there are still plenty of reasons to be positive Down Under, Siobhan Lismore-Scott, Editor and Laura Syrett, Prices Editor, discover.

  • Potash and barite supply tightens while fused magnesia faces overcapacity

    Wednesday, 29 October 2014

    Antimony, iodine suffer from slow China growth; Tough times continue for TiO2 pigment market; FM producers storing up trouble for the future

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