Rare Earths MMI®: Dysprosium Oxide Finishes Week Up 7.5%

by on
Style:
Category:
Members Only, Metal Prices, Premium

Dysprosium oxide saw the largest upwards shift on the Rare Earths MMI® , rising 7.5 percent. Cerium oxide saw a 5.4 percent drop-off this week. Terbium oxide prices also climbed 4.6 percent week-on-week, to CNY 6,650 ($1,054) per kilogram, up from CNY 6,350 ($1,006) a week ago.

Europium oxide traded sideways last week, hovering around CNY 8,600 ($1,363) per kilogram. At CNY 82,500 ($13,082) per metric ton, the week finished with no movement for lanthanum oxide. Lanthanum oxide remained essentially flat from the previous week at CNY 82,500 ($13,082) per metric ton. Prices for neodymium remained constant, closing the week at CNY 715,000 ($113,381) per metric ton.

Closing at CNY 440,000 ($69,773) per metric ton, praseodymium neodymium oxide remained unchanged for the week. Praseodymium oxide prices held steady from the previous week at CNY 545,000 ($86,423) per metric ton. Prices for rare earth carbonate remained constant, closing the week at CNY 69,000 ($10,941) per metric ton. At CNY 90,000 ($14,271) per metric ton, the week finished with no movement for samarium oxide.

Closing at CNY 8,750 ($1,387) per kilogram, terbium metal remained unchanged for the week. Yttria traded sideways last week, hovering around CNY 180,000 ($28,543) per metric ton. At CNY 690 ($109) per kilogram, the price of yttrium did not change since the previous week.

The Rare Earths MMI® collects and weights 14 global rare earth metal price points to provide a unique view into rare earth metal price trends. For more information on the Rare Earths MMI®, how it’s calculated or how your company can use the index, please drop us a note at: info (at) agmetalminer (dot) com.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.