Price Briefing 24-30 June 2016

By IM Staff
Published: Friday, 01 July 2016

Brexit leaves mineral producers in limbo; graphite prices hindered by weak refractory market; Chinese lithium price dip likely to be temporary; potash contracts signed at lower levels; TiO2 driven by improvements in Chinese housing and automotive sectors.

Many industrial mineral industry participants were in a state of limbo this week, waiting to find out just how much of an effect the UK’s referendum vote and its resulting Brexit will impact the market.

Although the pound sterling dipped to $1.3218 against the US dollar on Monday morning...

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