Spot indium prices stall ahead of China tax fear
Dec 15, 2006 | 09:24 AM
| Matthew Lerner
Spot indium prices remain stalled at between $720 and $760 per kilogram as business continues to slow approaching the year's end, but there is talk of Chinese export taxes on minor metals that could drive prices up early next year.
Spot activity has been thin as consumers look to close their books for 2006. "Everyone is winding down the year," one trader said. "Nothing will happen for the rest of the year, but things should heat up in the New Year."....
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