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Global cobalt prices continue to fall. Global cobalt prices have come under significant pressure so far this year and are now approaching the $15 /lb level after trading as high as $44 /lb less than a year ago in April 2018.

This short CRU market roundup with Tom Bucic, Greg Smart and George Heppel looks at the reasons behind the recent fall and whether prices are likely to continue to trade lower. 

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Cobalt prices under pressure

This video was recorded on the 11th January 2019

 

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