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Tellurium prices rise, selenium falls as markets look to Fanya
April 07, 2014 - 09:58 GMT
Tellurium prices rose last week on rumours that the metal will be listed on China’s Fanya exchange this month, while selenium prices dropped on a lack of momentum in the country.
"The news that tellurium will be listed this month
has drawn a lot more attention to the metal," an importer
based in China told Metal Bulletin. In-warehouse
Rotterdam tellurium prices rose to $90-120 per kg on April 4,
from $85-110, a level that had held since March 5.
Selenium prices fell to $24-27 per lb on Friday, from $25-28,
which had held since March 19. The tellurium market has been
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