US antimony prices hold as Europe’s slip
Dec 05, 2006 | 12:41 PM
| Matthew Lerner
U.S. antimony prices have held firm while European prices have slid slightly amid thin volumes and uncertainty among Chinese suppliers.
One U.S. trader said prices remained at about $5,600 per tonne, f.o.b. warehouse in Baltimore, and ranged up to $5,700, delivered, depending on lot sizes and delivery points. Demand was light. "We're not booking that much new business," he said.....
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