Ferrovanadium rebounds as moly stays flat
Jun 13, 2014 | 01:19 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Ferrovanadium spot prices rebounded slightly this past week following a period of reported softness, while molybdenum prices appear to have steadied after rallying in April and May.
Ferrovanadium prices rose to $13 to $13.50 per pound from $12.85 to $13 previously, with suppliers returning to a bullish mindset due to continued strong demand heading into the summer months.....
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