REEs So Hot, They're Affecting Hard Drive Pricing

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"China's export control on rare earth minerals is expected to boost average selling prices (ASPs) on hard drives by 5%10%."

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Selling prices on hard drives are expected to increase in response to the increasing costs of one key material.

According to Digitimes, China's export control on rare earth minerals will boost average selling prices (ASPs) on hard drives by 5%10%. The report has prices for 500 gigabyte drives increasing ten percent in the third-quarter, while 1 terabyte drives are expected to increase in price by only 5%. . .View full article

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