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
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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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