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Execs Weigh in on Macquarie’s Potash Price Outlook

Potash – Macquarie Group expects no upside for potash prices in the next four years. Specifically, it sees prices dropping to an average of $270 per tonne in the last quarter of this year, down from the current price of $305, and suggests that prices will average $250 by 2018.

Chris Berry’s Case for Opportunity in Energy Metals

Cobalt – Chris Berry is known for his positive view on energy metals in the midst of broader weakness in commodities prices. He brought up that point of view again during his presentation at this year's PDAC conference in Toronto, giving some insight into why he favors metals like lithium, graphite and cobalt and what the future might hold for those markets.

Cormarck Securities Staying Bullish on Copper

Copper – With copper prices still sitting around $2.61 per pound, sentiment in the space isn't great at the moment. However, firms are still putting out positive outlooks on the copper price, and Cormark Securities is one of them.