Trioxide grade antimony falls as traders look to cut losses

By Laura Syrett
Published: Monday, 27 October 2014

Weak outlook spooks sellers as trioxide producers fight to make margins

Trioxide grade antimony ingot prices fell late last week, as soft downstream conditions continue to eat into demand.

Antimony ingot (99.65% min), used to make antimony trioxide, which is mainly used in flame retardants, managed to escape a fall in the price of standard grade II antimony metal, an alloy...

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