Tungsten just doesn’t have the sex appeal that made investors fall for the rare earth story. But maybe that’s its trump card, considering the boom/bust cycle that swept rare earths didn’t touch tungsten’s slow, steady price increases. Analyst Mark Seddon of Tungsten Market Research has long been watching the often
Scott Kay Inc., reported the FTC completed its investigation of advertising claims and has determined no action is warranted.
IPMD.net reports China produces 90% of the world’s tungsten and the increasing demand for tungsten has led to tight export controls.
Tungsten World reports it has a new line of Tungsten Forever women’s and men’s rings and wedding bands.
Bango Tungsten & Molybdenum Co., Ltd. reports it is nearing its 10 year anniversary as a tungsten allow producer in China.
The US Department of Health & Human Services recently added tungsten to its latest ‘12th Report on Carcinogens.’
The United States has no domestic production – it is 100 percent dependent on imports for its supply of primary cobalt meaning that if developers want to continue using the mineral they will have to find new sources, like recycling existing batteries.
With the recent strong support for electric vehicles the
A lack of supply has been driving up the price of tungsten on the world market. The further reduction of exports from China is only exacerbating the problem. As new uses and the economic recovery take off new mining will have to make up the difference or severe shortages will