Aerospace firms absorb sharp spike in rhenium prices

The price of rhenium, which is used in aircraft engines and oil refineries, has increased 1,000% in five years. Observers expect prices to climb higher, as aircraft production is relying more on rhenium, which allows engines to run at higher temperatures, making them more fuel-efficient.

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