China resumes minor curtailments of Rare Earths processing and distributions.
"As a result, there has been minimal impact on suppliers’ ability to meet demand, indicated by only limited price reactions for rare earth products, with Dy oxide prices increasing only 2.6% between the start of January and mid-February 2020."
As a reminder, China subsidizes this industry. That is what Trump has been working on, trying to level the field in regards to trade. As China begins to dismantle subsidies to reduce Trump-imposed tariffs, rare earths here and in Canada should benefit, perhaps even from Hay Mountain. ...no emergency, no shortages, "situation nomal - AFU".