Ferrovanadium going cheap in weak market
Nov 13, 2012 | 01:05 PM
| Claire Hack
BERLIN Ferrovanadium sellers are being forced to let small quantities of material go at lower and lower prices as demand all but disappears.
Smaller quantities traditionally fetched a premium to compensate for freight and financing costs, but this is no longer the case, a trader said on the sidelines of AMM sister publication Metal Bulletins 28th International Ferro-Alloys Conference in Berlin.....
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