Copper – Heavy is the head that wears the crown, especially when that crown is the indicator of the global economy.
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Copper – Reuters reported that London copper prices made some modest gains on Thursday with a 0.3 percent bump to $7,260 per tonne.
Copper – Bloomberg reported that the US Government's inability to break its budget stalemate is eroding prospects for the economy and metal demand.
Uranium – Time Magazine recently examined the relationship between the United States and Iran in regard to the recent renewal of talks centered on Iran's nuclear program.
Oil – United States Congress debates surrounding a military strike against Syria pushed fears of crude oil supply disruptions in the Middle East under the rug on Wednesday. But according to market experts, whether or not the US strikes out against Syria, the oil market is in for a bullish time.
Copper – The United States' indecision regarding the continuation of its economic stimulus program is once again succeeding in pushing down copper prices. However, analysts seem unconcerned by the activity.
Graphite – Canada Carbon Inc. (TSXV:CCB), a graphite mining and production company, announced that it had entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with German company, CGT Carbon GmbH, which gives the former the exclusive right to market, distribute, and sell products in Canada, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Wisconsin, Indiana, New Jersey, and Mexico.
Iron – Platts reported that iron ore miner, MCC Minera Sierra Grande, will ship iron ore to China according to its general manager, Fernando Zhou.
Uranium – Reuters reported that world powers are expected to offer sanctions relief to Iran during their meeting in the Kazakh city of Almaty if it agrees to put an end to its nuclear work.
Lithium – Reuters reported that Boeing Co gave the US FAA its plan to fix the 787 Dreamliner battery and did not propose getting rid of the lithium ion batteries.