Rare earths stockpiling in China leads to upward price pressure

By IM Staff
Published: Saturday, 21 May 2016

Chinese rare earths prices rise in April; MTI Chromite sand mine to close

In terms of sentiment, it does not get much bigger than one of the world’s largest oil companies bidding $1.1bn to buy the world leader in high technology batteries. And that is just what happened with Total SA in May as it filed what it called a friendly tender offer...

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