Ferrovanadium up, poised for more gains
Nov 16, 2004 | 07:05 AM
| Kevin Foster
Ferrovanadium prices have continued to push higher, with deals now being struck as high as $16 a pound, market participants said."I've been selling comfortably above $15 (a pound) for truckloads and over $16 for partial loads," one trader said. "I think we're going to see further increases over the next few months. Demand is looking good, and while at these prices anyone who can substitute....
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