Refractory brown fused alumina prices fall in China, WFA stable

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Friday, 01 June 2018

Refractory grade BFA prices moved down after producers in China sought to move inventory, while tight availability upheld prices of abrasive grade BFA, and white fused alumina remained stable.

The refractory grade brown fused alumina (BFA) market has depreciated over the past fortnight on the back of lower prices from China, despite ongoing restrictions on production operations.

Industrial Minerals understands that a combination of reduced demand in some buying markets, continuous restrictions in China and short-term financial necessities on...

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