Graphite pools have become a hot commodity, especially for electric vehicles and other low-cost vehicles.
But when the price of graphite goes up, you can end up paying more.
And that’s happening, according to an article in the Hill on Tuesday.
In 2018, the graphite pool was worth $4.4 billion, according an analysis from Bloomberg.
By 2020, it was worth about $10 billion.
But by 2022, it dropped to about $2 billion, and by 2020, the price dropped to just $1 billion.
That means if you buy a graphite ring from the pool, you’ll pay $3.75 for a ring of roughly 8.5 grams.
You’d be better off paying $1,000 for a similar ring.
So why the drop?
The Hill article points out that graphite prices are rising, and that’s the reason for the price drop.
But there’s another reason.
The price of a graphitic ore ore has fallen from $3,000 to $1 per gram, according Bloomberg.
And the price drops have slowed down.
That means that you can buy a large amount of graphitic minerals for less money.
For instance, graphite ore is found in the rock formations of the Himalayas and is commonly used as a material in car batteries.
But you don’t need to go to the Himalayan mountains to find it.
You can find it at mines in New Mexico and Wyoming, and in some parts of China.
The Hill article cites a recent report by the US Geological Survey that found that the U.S. has the largest number of graphites mined in the world.
It also says that China is a leader in producing graphite.
Graphite mining is also a big business in China, and many people have taken advantage of the cheap prices.
A study published by Bloomberg in November 2018 said that Chinese companies accounted for more than half of all the graphitic deposits mined in 2018, with about 25 percent of the global market.
It also said that China has an estimated 25.7 million mines that are producing and selling graphite products, making it the largest producer of graphitite.