Antimony 'bloodbath' continues as Chinese producers look to free up cash

Antimony prices have dropped by another $200 per tonne, bringing total losses per tonne for the month so far to just over $500.

Metal Bulletin’s standard grade II antimony quotation continued to lose ground on Wednesday, hitting six-year lows to finish the pricing session at $5,200-400 per tonne, while the trioxide-grade quotation fell to $5,300-5,500.
The metal continued to suffer from poor demand while Chinese producers look to turn metal into money.

“It’s an absolute bloodbath,” one...


James Heywood

November 18, 2015

18:05 GMT