Iodine prices slide further as market landscape begins to change

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 29 October 2014

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Iodine prices have slipped further as supply availability continues to tip the market in favour of buyers, industry insiders have told IM.

One US-based source told IM that prices are now “well below $38/kg”. “Some companies may be selling at around the $40/kg level, but this will only be a...

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