Price Briefing: Week 50 – DBM, potash, TiO2, fluorspar

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Published: Thursday, 16 December 2010

Dead burned magnesia and REO steady; Antimony, potash and metspar moving up

Dead burned magnesia (DBM) prices are still treading water, at slightly lower levels than earlier this year, according to market sources.

Chinese exporters seem to have taken $400/tonne FOB as a minimum price in the current round of negotiations which is preventing prices sliding further downwards.

Industry sources indicate that...

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