Fused alumina prices dip further despite rising feedstock costs; bauxite falls again

By Sybil Pan
Published: Monday, 13 July 2020

Sluggish demand continued to weigh on white fused alumina (WFA) prices in the two weeks to Thursday July 9, which fell despite increasing feedstock costs.

Prices for refractory grade bauxite and brown fused alumina (BFA) also declined after being rolled over on June 25.

Fastmarkets assessed the price for alumina, fused white, 25kg bags, cif Europe at €530-690 ($600-781) per tonne on July 9, dropping for a eighth consecutive fortnight, about 17.6% down on the mid-point from...

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