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Vol. 12, No. 25 Week of June 24, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and Northwest Canada's mineral industry


MINING NEWS: High prices excite B.C. moly investors

Projects across the Canadian province race to starting line, while others gear up for expansion, additional studies

Rose Ragsdale

For Mining News

Molybdenum prices have gained altitude and performed a “loop the loop” in recent years that aerobatic pilots would envy. Skyrocketing from a low of $2 a pound in 2002 to a peak of $50 a pound in 2005, before dipping to the $20-a-pound range last year and climbing back to $33.75 a pound in mid-June,....

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