Iodine continues to slide as oversupply persists

By Myles McCormick
Published: Thursday, 14 July 2016

Predictions of company wind-ups and reduced supply have not materialised, as high inventories continue to affect trading and prices are still feeling downward pressure.

Iodine prices continued to fall moderately throughout the first half of the year, as high-cost suppliers managed to hang on in an oversupplied market.

Prices have been dropping for some time, with an expectation that struggling suppliers selling at cost price would soon be pushed out of business, which would ease the...

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