Selenium to fall deeper into deficit
Dec 07, 2005 | 09:28 AM
| Sean Barry
The price of selenium will remain firm going into next year as strong Chinese demand is expected to drive the market further into deficit, traders said.Selenium remains in a range of $44.50 to $48.50 per pound currently compared with $7 to $8 per pound two years ago.....
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