GLOBAL ANTIMONY WRAP: Tight availability pushes European prices higher despite China’s absence

The European antimony market continued to push higher this week amid tightening Rotterdam supplies despite China’s absence from the market for the Lunar New Year holiday.

Metal Bulletin assessed MMTA standard-grade II antimony in-warehouse Rotterdam prices at $8,400-8,800 per tonne on Friday February 23, unchanged from Wednesday when prices had climbed from $8,400-8,700 per tonne.

Trioxide-grade antimony prices in-warehouse Rotterdam were assessed at $8,500-8,800 per tonne, stable from Wednesday when prices had moved up from $8,500-8,700 per tonne.
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Published

Ewa Manthey

February 23, 2018

22:46 GMT

London