US moly mart may improve this year: Loughrey
Mar 01, 2013 | 03:52 PM
| Suzy Waite
NEW YORK Domestic molybdenum markets could experience a slight improvement this year, although the environment remains extremely difficult for the moment, Thompson Creek Metals Co. Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Kevin Loughrey told AMM.
Weak molybdenum demand and low prices coupled with a write-down associated with issues at the Denver-based companys Endako molybdenum mine in British Columbia contributed to a 2012 net loss of $546.3 million (amm.com, Feb. 25).....
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