Thompson Creek sees status quo in ’13
Nov 09, 2012 | 02:56 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK The molybdenum market looks poised to follow a familiar pattern in 2013, with restocking early in the year leading to improved demand and a subsequent falloff toward year-end.
Thats a little something of a pattern thats developed here over the past years. Thats not historically always been the pattern, but it seems to be one right now, Kevin Loughrey, chairman and chief executive officer of Denver-based molybdenum producer Thompson Creek Metals Co. Inc., told AMM. ....
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