Bismuth prices fall further; some producers resist lowering offers

Bismuth prices fell further this week, as sentiment remained low on a lack of demand and continued absence of the Fanya Metal Exchange from the market.

In-warehouse Rotterdam bismuth prices fell to $7.60-8.10 per lb on Wednesday March 4 from their previous price of $7.80-8.30. “Producers in China still have a lot of stock. There is more room for bismuth prices to fall,” a minor metals processor said. Prices remained under pressure on a lack of investor demand on Fanya, which has left stocks unchanged at...


Chloe Smith

March 04, 2015

15:25 GMT