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China’s ferro-vanadium export price remained unchanged for the fourth consecutive week, with few deals reported done over the pricing week as of Thursday November 8, as traders prefer to sell domestically because of the favorable prices in the domestic market.
Fastmarkets MB’s latest price assessment for ferro-vanadium, 78% minimum, fob China
, was $130-140 per kg on November 8, unchanged since October 18.
“We are not offering [in the export market] this week as almost no foreign buyers have showed interest in inquiring recently so we are currently concentrating on the domestic market,” a ferro-vanadium trader said.
“We have not received any inquiries from overseas...