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Category Archive: Markets

Li-ion Batteries Drive Chinese Lithium Imports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

Lithium, last year’s hottest metal, looks set to be even hotter in 2017. With the new year barely a day old, mineral exploration company Birimian announced the sale of its Bougouni lithium project in southern Mali to China’s Shandong Mingrui Group. The deal signals the start of a scramble…

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Playing Whack-a-Mole with US Steel Imports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

“It can be like whack-a-mole,” one steelmaker exec told us recently. “AD/CVD duties do have an effect, but there is so much excess steel capacity in the world that when, say, China is blocked, here comes the steel from someplace else. Countries are watching for any market openings.” US steelmakers…

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Hot Metal: Lithium in Global Trade

Category: Markets, Trade Data

Lithium is this year’s “hottest metal,” says USA Today, beating out gold, with another price spike expected this fall. There are no exchange reference prices for lithium as there are for gold. The Financial Times cites estimates from the research group Mineral Intelligence that prices for lithium carbonate…

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Latin American Economy’s China Syndrome

Category: Indicators, Markets

The Latin American economy’s recession could deepen if China’s economy slows much more, says the International Monetary Fund in a new report that marks down already gloomy forecasts for the region. Brazil, Latin America’s biggest economy, is a drag on the entire region. Already in the depths of its…

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Copper Down Cycle Drags on Japan Traders

Category: Indicators, Markets

The copper down cycle has taken a big bite out of the profits of Japan’s trading companies. This morning, Mitsubishi Corp., Japan’s biggest trading house, announced ¥430 billion (US$3.8 billion) in write downs on a list of commodities assets, starting with AngloAmerican Sur, a Chilean copper mining and smelting…

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