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Why choose the First European Minerals Group?

Always One Step Ahead
At European First Minerals; government information, as well as information provided by exploration companies and geologists, is bundled and evaluated immediately. Through early detection of projects with great potential, we are always one step ahead.  
Excellent Metal Prices
By purchasing minerals from our local mines, which often operate as family businesses, we are able to secure excellent prices. The purchased minerals are sold profitably to firms affiliated to our network.
International Network
Through our extensive network of contacts in politics, finance, geology, mineralogy and mining, the First European Minerals is the perfect partner for any early-stage project in the mining industry.

Prices for Rare Earth Elements in F.E.M. baskets - March 2014

  • Gallium $ 525,00 +14%0.00N/A - N/A
  • Germanium $ 3.646,00 +21%0.00N/A - N/A
  • Dysprosium $ 892,00 +15%0.00N/A - N/A
  • Indium $ 1.387,00 +23%0.00N/A - N/A
  • Terbium $1.417,00 +38%0.00N/A - N/A
  • FEM Basket seit Nov.2013 +22,68% 0.00

News & Press

19.03.2014
Interview with Alaister Neill on Investor Intel
Tracy Weslosky: I’m good and I’m super exited about talking to you about First European Minerals, because this is a unique company, not a public company, but definitely involved in strategic metals. Can you tell me about F.E.M.? Alaister Neill: Yes. It’s a new business, as you indicated, based in London and it is private. We are basically looking to raise money through the investors and allow them to cull and invest in selected Rare Earths and strategic metals. Tracy Weslosky: I thought it was interesting, or at least it was interesting to me, from the storage angle. You own a World War 2 bunker. Can we talk about that a little bit?
24.02.2014
Rare Earth Elements in National Defense
Some Members of Congress have expressed concern over U.S. acquisition of rare earth materials composed of rare earth elements (REE) used in various components of defense weapon systems. Rare earth elements consist of 17 elements on the periodic table, including 15 elements beginning with atomic number 57 (lanthanum) and extending through number 71 (lutetium), as well as two other elements having similar properties (yttrium and scandium). These are referred to as “rare” because although relatively abundant in total quantity, they appear in low concentrations in the earth’s crust and extraction and processing is both difficult and costly.
06.02.2014
The conflict between China and Japan
This week, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has compared the current situation between China and Japan with the English-German relationship before the First World War. He stated: "... the two European countries were close trading partners just as China and Japan are today. Friends of globalization and democracy have been preaching for a long time that an expansion of cross-border trade and investments in the partner countries reduces the likelihood of another war. "

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