Bismuth stocks on Fanya rise for first time since official probe

Bismuth stocks on the Fanya Metal Exchange rose on Friday March 6 for the first time in three months, in a move that could lend some stability to the bismuth market.

Stocks on the exchange rose 320 tonnes to 18,968 tonnes, after holding at 18,648 tonnes since early December, when Fanya announced there had been a government investigation into the exchange.
The addition of bismuth to the Fanya exchange comes as prices fell again this week to $7.50-8.00 per lb, from $7.60-8.10.



Chloe Smith

March 06, 2015

16:05 GMT