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14 Feb 2017 by Metal-Pages
China minor metals: Renewed buying lifts prices

BEIJING (Metal-Pages) 14-Feb-17.  Beijing, 14 February (Argus) — Prices moved up at the start of the week because of renewed buying after the lunar new year holiday and tight spot supply. The germanium market started to rise after stabilising for a month and moved up to its highest level since June 2016. The yuan has been moving towards the 6.86 level against the US dollar from 6.88, but rising international ...

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