Natural flake and synthetic graphite prices slip in Europe

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 12 September 2012

High purity material value holds up in Asian and North American markets

Prices for large flake, high purity natural graphitehave fallen by as much as $500/tonne in Europe, market sources recently told IM.

One market participant said it had seen the price of flake graphite (94-97% C, +80 mesh, FCL) fall to $1,300-1,800/tonne from IM’s range of $1,800-2,200/tonne for CIF...

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