Rare earths prices fall back after rally

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Lanthanum and europium prices sink while dysprosium and mixed magnet oxides fare better.

Prices for Chinese rare earths are sliding again after posting gains for a brief period in October through to early November, prompting China’s major rare earths bodies to raise guidance prices.

Prices for lanthanum oxide have reportedly fallen by as much around 10% since the beginning of the month, as...

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