Leucoxene prices rise in line with other titanium feedstocks

By IM prices reporter
Published: Friday, 25 February 2011

Higher grade titanium feedstock prices rise on improving demand, tight supply

Prices for the titanium mineral leucoxene have increased since the start of the year following a trend seen in rutile and ilmenite, driven by ongoing supply constraints and improved demand. 

Latest prices for leucoxene (West Australian, min. 91% TiO2, max. 1% ZrO2, bagged, FOB) have been quoted at A$750-800/tonne...

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