Dull export market leaves rare earths prices stable

By Laura Syrett
Published: Monday, 13 October 2014

Cerium narrows down slightly on weak European demand; US consumption tipped for rebound

Rare earths prices have remained largely unchanged in the last week, as slack demand from overseas buyers and slow business in China kept the market depressed and torpid.

Prices for the light rare earth cerium oxide (min 99%, bulk, FOB China), which is mainly used in glass polishing and catalyst...

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