- China’s tungsten prices rebound amid low availability
- European APT, ferro-tungsten prices increase on tightening raw material supply, currency fluctuations
- The approaching Chinese New Year is affecting deliveries, while most smelters are shutting down operations ahead of holidays
China’s domestic tungsten price rebounded last week amid low availability
, while export prices rose on yuan appreciation and a recovery in the domestic market.
Metal Bulletin assessed Chinese tungsten concentrates 65% WO3 in-warehouse prices
at 110,000-111,000 yuan ($17,488-17,647) per tonne on Wednesday January 31, up 1,000 yuan at the low end of the range.
“Some miners have stopped quoting as it is difficult to find logistic companies at this moment [that have not yet shut...