The Commodity Investor examines the growing prominence of trade relations between Asia and the Middle East and indicates how investors can take advantage of this shift.
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Silver – Precious metals prices returned from Easter Break with a bang. Despite the dollar remaining in the green Wednesday, silver took direction from the industrial side of the market and, like gold, rose along with platinum, palladium and copper prices.
Vanadium prices have stablized in the first week of February, even as exploration companies report exciting new finds. January 2010 can clearly be recorded in the books as a good month for vanadium and its associated alloys. The end of the month saw the price of ferro-vanadium ending up at US$ 6 per [...]
2010 is expected to be a strong year for mining in B.C. Growing resource demand from Asian markets is likely to fuel a recovery in B.C.’s mineral exploration sector in terms of both buyers for supply and investment. Mineral exploration expenditures in British Columbia fell victim to the global credit crisis in 2009, dropping [...]
Tin Investing News reports tin prices soared. Due to domestic demand for domestic steel price, the price of tin plate has soared. The latest monthly EXW price of Xindzhong Steel Sheet in the East China region showed continued stocking increasing up CNY 200 per tonne around over last month. For complete story, click this link. [...]
Zinc Investing News reports the zinc market potential since Chinese zinc refineries are interested in expansion and integration. The International Zinc Association executive director Stephen Wilkinson is confident in the zinc market’s potential. Mr. Wilkinson believes that emerging markets will experience a great deal of growth in the future; skyrocketing demand for the metal. Asian [...]
Lead Investing News & Zinc Investing News report Chinese lead and zinc juniors aren’t interested in mergers and acqusitions. The Chinese government showed its support by providing a plan to encourage the non-ferrous industries to restructure and integrate. The government has also mentioned that it wants to support the industry’s larger companies, even if it [...]