Softer indium prices viewed as temporary
Nov 17, 2004 | 09:08 AM
Indium prices have continued to soften in what many traders believe is a temporary dip.
"The market is soggy at the moment, with a lot of traders looking to dump their positions," a U.K.-based trader said.The majority of sales are being conducted at around $850 to $885 a kilogram, down from a peak of about $900, although some traders were reporting sales as low as $830 a kg.....
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