Chinese deadburned magnesia prices stable in slow market

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Fledgling steel recovery yet to boost refractory raw materials

Prices for Chinese deadburned magnesia (DBM) are reported to be stable, supported by steady demand from large volume contract consumers in lieu of an active spot market, after weakening significantly towards the end of last year.

Export prices for 90% MgO Chinese DBM fell by around a quarter in 2013...

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