China’s Tungsten Ore Prices Rise For The First Time Since May

Chinese tungsten concentrate prices started to rise from last week after miners lifted contract prices for the month. On Friday October 12, spot prices of concentrate with 65% metal content were at 106,000-107,000 yuan ($16,807-16,965) per tonne, up 1,000-2,000 yuan from a week ago. This is the first time prices have increased since May.

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