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China's FeMo price slips after hitting five-year high

China's ferro-molybdenum price has been sliding non-stop since hitting a five-year high at Yuan 118,000/tonne ($18,800/t) on March 20, down Yuan 8,000/tonne in the past three weeks or so, amid receding buying enthusiasm at high prices and weakening demand, market sources shared on April 11.
China’s ferro-molybdenum price has been sliding non-stop since hitting a five-year high at Yuan 118,000/tonne ($18,800/t) on March 20, down Yuan 8,000/tonne in the past three weeks or so, amid receding buying enthusiasm at high prices and weakening demand, market sources shared on April 11.As of April 11, the 60%

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