Moly – Metal Bulletin reported that attendees of this week's Metal Bulletin Molybdenum Market Forum believe that even if China decides to revisit its export policy, the international market is still unlikely to be overwhelmed by molybdenum exports from the country.
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Cobalt – Metal Bulletin reported that China imported 12,327 tonnes of cobalt ore and concentrate in October, up 52.73 percent from the year-ago period.
Silver – Mineweb reported that next month, China Silver Group Ltd. (HKEX:0815) plans to launch an e-commerce platform in China in order to promote silver jewelry and a number of retail brands. The company's aim is to "leverage its sales off of its existing silver production business."
Copper – Copper prices increased today following news that the Chinese government will make its currency more flexible and market driven.
Iron – Reuters reported that Shanghai rebar futures fell to their lowest in almost three weeks on Monday. Iron ore futures also retreated, closing down 0.3 percent at 932 yuan a tonne.
Cobalt – MetalBulletin reported that attendees of the Nickel & Cobalt Conference, held recently in Chengdu, China, said that they have seen no signs of improvement in cobalt market sentiment in the last two years.
Zinc – Here's a look at the 10 countries that produced the most zinc in 2012, based on numbers from the US Geological Survey.
Copper – Copper prices were down $21.25 on November 18 from the previous session at $6,988.75 a tonne on the London Metal Exchange.
Coal – Reuters reported that many coal mine investments over the past 10 years were driven by Chinese demand for the fuel. As a result, the country's plan to address pollution is now threatening major coal projects in locations such as Australia, Indonesia and Mozambique.
Gold – Minco Gold Corp (TSX:MMM) announced the results of the current phase of exploration conducted on the company's Yejiaba property in Gansu Province, China.