Tellurium prices rise, selenium falls as markets look to Fanya

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 waiting...


Chloe Smith

April 07, 2014

09:58 GMT