Rare Earth Conference: Destocking caused REE price dips

By John Ollett
Published: Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Prices could see slight spike in December; end markets seek stability

Rare earths prices have been dropping as end users destock inventories accumulated during the panic buying phase of 2011. This was the general consensus amongst market participants at the Metal Events Rare Earth conference in Hong Kong.

The 2011 price spike was in part caused by this market alarm, but...

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