Iodine price firm as buyers hold back from purchasing

By Michael Greenfield, Michael Greenfield
Published: Friday, 12 July 2019

While consumers digest the latest price increase in the iodine spot market, they are trying to resist the need to buy, to test whether sellers will reduce their latest offers.

Buyers have not pushed back against the latest price rise in the iodine spot market but instead are refraining from placing orders in an attempt to quell further price increases, according to market participants.

The weekly spot market price moved up by $2 per kg two weeks ago, the largest...

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