Rare earths prices post modest gains for start of New Year

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 08 January 2014

Chinese policy changes could lay foundations for increased mineral values

Prices for rare earth minerals have increased slightly after ending 2013 on a low, if steady, note, having lost ground made up during a brief market rally in November.

Internationally traded prices for cerium oxide increased from a range of $4-6/kg to between $5.40-6.80/kg, while dysprosium oxide has risen from...

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