LONDON, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Many minor metals, including indium and selenium, gained over the last week helped by tight supplies and speculative trading, although volumes remained low due to the summer lull and weak demand. Indium , used to make liquid crystal displays screens, rose to about $362.50 a kg from $312.50 a kg last week, with many traders expecting prices to rise in the coming months as demand improves. "There is material available," one trader said. "China has lost interest ...
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