GLOBAL ANTIMONY WRAP: European prices edge higher; Chinese market stays quiet

European antimony prices have started the year on a positive note with prices edging up slightly for both grades amid a tightening market.

Metal Bulletin assessed MMTA standard grade II antimony in-warehouse Rotterdam prices at $8,000-8,350 per tonne on Friday January 5, stable from Wednesday’s assessment when prices had increased from $7,950-8,300 per tonne.
Trioxide grade antimony prices in-warehouse Rotterdam were assessed at $8,000-8,350 per tonne, unchanged from Wednesday, when prices had also increased from $7,950-8,300 per tonne.

Both grades have continued to trade at parity since the end of...

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Anna Xu

Ewa Manthey

January 08, 2018

13:05 GMT

Shanghai, London