Spot sulphur prices climb

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Published: Tuesday, 08 December 2009

Increasing demand keeps momentum upwards; North American market quiet

Sulphur prices are on the up again this month, buoyed by an increase in demand. Prices increased to $35-40/tonne FOB Vancouver, up from $27-30/tonne in late-October and early-November.

 

Sulphur prices have been climbing since they reached a nadir in the summer and were predicted...

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