Price Briefing: Week 42 — olivine, soda ash, titanium dioxide

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Thursday, 20 October 2011

Olivine market split on increases, European soda ash prices upped

Following a bullish start to the month, where several mineral producers increased prices into the start of the new quarter, activity has remained relatively stable until now.

Most surprising perhaps was news that the price of olivine (refractory grade, bulk, US ex-plant/mine) had increased. This is a mineral grade which...

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