Gas – Bloomberg reported yesterday that because Europe's natural gas stockpiles are currently at their highest level since at least 2009, it is unlikely that turmoil in Ukraine will cause a supply disruption.
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Today, the Alternative Investment Market rose 6.7 points, or 0.78 percent, to 864.51 points. British stock gains were supported by successes in the mining sector, though Britain's European neighbors had a flat day of trading.
In keeping with European and global investment and pricing trends, the AIM sank today.
Gold – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) President & CEO Paul Kuhn spoke to Resource Investing News at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference about prospect generation in Europe, specifically South Portugal and Kosovo.
Magnesium – Car sales in Europe are finally turning around, and that could spur demand for magnesium used in automobile manufacturing.
Moly – Metal Bulletin reported that European molybdenum market participants expect prices for the metal to be stable in 2014, a "significant change" from 2013's market volatility.
Platinum – International Business Times reported that in 2014, platinum supply and demand fundamentals will be primarily driven by South Africa, China and Europe. Circumstances in all three countries are expected to keep the precious metal in deficit.
Silver – Spot silver rose $0.14 today, to $19.94 per ounce, according to Reuters, while MarketWatch reported that silver futures for March delivery on the COMEX in New York sank $0.07, hitting $19.83 per ounce.
Platinum – Mineweb reported that a recovery in the Western European car market may push platinum prices up next year, largely due to the fact that European demand accounts for around one-third of global platinum demand for use in autocatalysts.
Coal – Reuters reported that Norway's opposition Labour Party would like to see the country's $800-billion wealth fund banned from investing in coal producers. A spokesperson said that the party believes "humans are responsible for climate change so we must also see what we can do to reduce emissions."