Tantalum is a blue-gray metallic chemical element that is great for conducting heat and energy. The majority of tantalum is used to manufacture capacitors for the electronics industry.
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Is there a tantalum surplus? Do recent price declines follow unnecessarily high prices? Can a little extra profit hurt? Kemet's Daniel Perisco shared his thoughts.
Bloomberg reported Ethiopia’s government is looking for investors from China and Germany to buy a stake in its tantalum producer.
Five Star Equities reported a research report on Molycorp (NYSE:MCP) and Quest Rare Minerals (TSXV:QRM) as demand for rare metals like tantalum increases.
Kemet Corporation (NYSE:KEM) announced a plan for sourcing conflict free tantalum from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
2011 began with positive fundamentals to support rising tantalum prices. But, 2012 may prove to be a different ballgame.
Matamec Explorations Inc. (CVE:MAT) announced the successful completion of two bench-scale purification and precipitation tests.
NewElectronics reported on the current state of the rare earth elements market including tantalum.
FNN reported that analyzing the price chart for Kemet (NYSE:KEM) has revealed a potential bullish engulfing pattern.
Reuters reports the European Union is considering stockpiling rare earth mixed carbonate China restricts global supply.