Trade log: Lithium hydroxide monohydrate 56.5% LiOH.H2O min, battery grade, spot price cif China, Japan & Korea, $/kg

The Lithium hydroxide monohydrate 56.5% LiOH.H2O min, battery grade, spot price cif China, Japan & Korea, $/kg trade log including business, bids and offers reported to Fastmarkets.

Fastmarkets publishes trades logs for its key price assessments and indices to bring more transparency into the markets it covers and the pricing process it applies.

Fastmarkets assessed Lithium hydroxide monohydrate 56.5% LiOH.H2O min, battery grade, spot price cif China, Japan & Korea, $/kg at 8.50-9.50 on Thursday February 04, 2021.

  • Prices indicated at $8.50-10.00
  • Offer at $8.50-10.00
  • Prices indicated at $8.50-9.50
  • Prices indicated at $10.00-11.00
  • Prices indicated at $8.50-9.50
  • Prices indicated at $8.50-9.50
  • Prices indicated at $8.50-9.50


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