Waxing and waning rare earths

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Friday, 27 November 2015

Europium, one of the higher priced heavy rare earths, is unlikely to see a rebound in demand as its main end market, phosphors, loses ground to LED lighting.

On the sidelines of the BC-GS conference, Mark Saxon, CEO of TSX-V-listed Tasman Metals Ltd, told IM that the reason for declining dysprosium value as a proportion of total value consumption in rare earths has been caused by cost-efficiency measures taken by magnet...

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