Winter preparations push flake graphite prices down

By Andrew Miller
Published: Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Weak demand compounded by flake graphite producers building inventories for winter mining slowdown

Low purity (85-87% C) flake graphite prices fell by up to $150/tonne in September 2013 as excess supply was compounded by producers preparing their winter inventories.
The average price of European flake graphite grades, which had already fallen by almost 10% since the start of the year, fell by...

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