Dysprosium deposit 30 times more concentrated than China's, Nikkei says Concentrations of dysprosium in a deposit found in Japanese waters is 30 times higher than is typical in China, reports Nikkei. The announcement follows a survey of a group of researchers which found the dysprosium deposit equivalent to a 230-year supply in waters off the island in Japan's exclusive economic zone. Reference Link
Rare Element to voluntarily delist from NYSE Rare Element has notified the NYSE of its decision to voluntarily delist its common shares from the NYSE due to costs associated with the continued listing and NYSE continued listing requirements. The company anticipates that the last day of trading for its common shares on the NYSE will be on or about February 22. The company intends to have its shares traded on the OTC Pink Current Information marketplace once the delisting from NYSE is complete.