Cadmium prices slip on freer Chinese supply
Mar 30, 2012 | 08:11 AM
Cadmium prices dipped on Friday March 30 as the supply situation in China eased and demand remained flat.
3N5 cadmium prices were $0.80-0.95 per lb, down five cents from Wednesday, while 4N prices were $0.85-0.90 per lb, also five cents lower.
Price pressure has been seen this week as a 300-tonne consignment of CIS-origin 3N5 metal was delivered into China after being held by border authorities, sources said.
“The market became a little bit quiet these two days, because....
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