China’s magnesia prices fall amid slow demand, inventory pressure

By Carrie Shi
Published: Wednesday, 19 August 2020

China’s magnesia export prices have decreased for most grades over the past week on continued weak demand and oversupply in the market.

China’s magnesia prices declined in the week to Tuesday August 18 after a period of stability, with downstream buying remaining slow amid an oversupply of material.

Most magnesia export prices have fallen by $10-30 per tonne over the past week.

Fastmarkets assessed spot prices for magnesia, dead burned, 90% MgO,...

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