The Fanya exchange, which lists stocks of indium that equate to around six years of supply, is being watched very closely
by minor metal producers, traders and consumers, wondering what the consequences will be of the latest events.
“I haven't been able to get my money back since April this year, and now I am very angry about Fanya as it's now saying it will stop this financial business from September,” a Shanghai investor told Metal Bulletin on Tuesday July 14.
The investor, who was unwilling to disclose her name, invested 200,000 yuan ($32,636) in a financial product called “Ri Jin Bao” on the exchange in February 2014.
"Ri Jin Bao" previously guaranteed its investors an annual yield as high as 13.68% on a daily basis and said they could withdraw their...