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China Southern Rare Earth raises listed prices of medium, heavy rare earth 

Industry News 04:02:54PM Apr 23, 2019 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Apr 23 (SMM) – State-owned mining company China Southern Rare Earth Group raised listed prices of medium and heavy rare earth oxides by 0.32-2.94% from the previous release on April 15, according to a notice on the company's website on Monday April 22. 

The adjustment pulled the listed price of dysprosium oxide to 1.49 million yuan/mt, up 0.34% from April 15, and that of terbium oxide to 3.16 million yuan/mt, up 0.32%. 

Listed prices of gadolinium oxide also rose 0.7%, to stand at 144,000 yuan/mt, and that of holmic oxide advanced 2.94%, to 340,000 yuan/mt. 

Prices of lutetium oxide slid 1.18% from the previous prices, to stand at 4.2 million yuan/mt. Listed prices of other medium and heavy rare earth oxides remained unchanged. 

Key Words:  Market commentary  Rare earth 

China Southern Rare Earth raises listed prices of medium, heavy rare earth 

Industry News 04:02:54PM Apr 23, 2019 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Apr 23 (SMM) – State-owned mining company China Southern Rare Earth Group raised listed prices of medium and heavy rare earth oxides by 0.32-2.94% from the previous release on April 15, according to a notice on the company's website on Monday April 22. 

The adjustment pulled the listed price of dysprosium oxide to 1.49 million yuan/mt, up 0.34% from April 15, and that of terbium oxide to 3.16 million yuan/mt, up 0.32%. 

Listed prices of gadolinium oxide also rose 0.7%, to stand at 144,000 yuan/mt, and that of holmic oxide advanced 2.94%, to 340,000 yuan/mt. 

Prices of lutetium oxide slid 1.18% from the previous prices, to stand at 4.2 million yuan/mt. Listed prices of other medium and heavy rare earth oxides remained unchanged. 

Key Words:  Market commentary  Rare earth