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Pricing News

  • IM's May Price Movements

    Tuesday, 05 June 2018

    IM's monthly price movements.

  • IM's March Price Movements

    Friday, 13 April 2018

    IM's monthly price movements.

  • IM prices March 2018

    Wednesday, 28 March 2018

    See article below from the April issue of Industrial Minerals magazine, for market updates on price movements in various industrial minerals. Minerals featured this month include: magnesia, titanium dioxide, chromite, graphite, zircon, lithium and andalusite.

  • Price Briefing February 23 - March 1

    Friday, 02 March 2018

    Persisting market tightness leads to higher andalusite prices in 2018; Extension of consultation period regarding proposal to discontinue kyanite prices; Extension of consultation period regarding olivine price

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  • Andalusite edges towards market stabilisation

    Thursday, 20 December 2018

    Improved production in most mining areas is prompting hopes that andalusite supply tightness may ease in the near to mid term, but prices are expected to stay firm due to strong end markets.

  • 2017: The year of the supply squeeze

    Thursday, 14 December 2017

    If 2016 should be remembered with a shudder, then 2017 will be remembered as the year when it became harder to source minerals. The supply situation changed for many minerals in the markets that Industrial Minerals covers, not least because many producers were simply shut down by strict environmental laws in China, or found it harder to source materials due to demand-side challenges, consultant editor Siobhan Lismore-Scott writes.

  • Andalusite market tightens up

    Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Market patterns in the andalusite trade are likely to change next year because suppliers are fixing shorter contracts while demand is high and output is limited - prices are set to increase.

  • A rock and a hard place

    Friday, 08 September 2017

    Demand for refractory products is evolving, forcing suppliers to upgrade their offers and processes to stay ahead of the game, while Chinese-origin raw materials are appreciating on the back of supply shortages, making productions costlier, Davide Ghilotti, IM Chief Reporter, finds.

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