Zircon market remains flat but rumours of higher prices paid in China

By Laura Syrett
Published: Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Sources confirm FOB Australia prices stable within ranges but premium grades are said to be edging up; South African supply may tighten.

Zircon prices remain officially unchanged, according to market sources, although some industry participants have reported rumours of higher spot prices being paid in China.

IM sources confirmed price ranges of $1,000-1,050/tonne for standard grade (min 65.5% ZrO2) zircon and $1,050-1,150/tonne for premium grade...

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