The world’s mines and steel plants got so devalued during the commodity slump that some were just given away by owners struggling to cut losses or debt. But there’s at least one metal that’s been attracting a lot of attention.
Erbium is about the 45th most abundant rare earth element in the earth's crust. Some of the most important uses or Erbium are in telecommunications, photography, and the medical industry. You can find out more information on cerium at our website.
Nickel futures tanked more than 2.5 per cent in the domestic market on Tuesday, sliding to the lowest level since May 2009 as a Greek default loomed large on global commodities, threatening to slow growth in the world economy. - See more at: http://ways2capital-mcxtips.blogspot.in/2015/06/nickel-plummets-as-greece-default-looms.html#sthash.xkIzGduX.dpuf