Chinese crude indium prices ease, but supply still tight

China's crude indium prices slid this week, tracking slower sales in the downstream refined market, but producers have no intention to slash prices, citing tight supply

Crude indium was trading at 4,800-5,000 yuan ($737-768) per kg, excluding taxes, on Wednesday, down from 4,900-5,100 yuan on Friday, with a smattering of small offers below 4,700 yuan in the south. "There are fewer speculators buying [refined] indium this week, as losses in silver prices have...


Linda Lin

May 19, 2011

08:26 GMT