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News Updates

  • MMTA CONF 2018: Battery industry must continue to adapt to achieve sustainable EV growth
    The growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) throughout the automotive industry will force a significant shake-up in the lithium-ion battery industry in the coming years.
  • BATTERY RAW MATERIALS: Showa Denko sets up battery materials subsidiary in China
    Japanese chemical compounds supplier Showa Denko (SDK) has set up a wholly owned subsidiary in China to distribute its range of battery materials to the local market, to capitalize on the rapidly growing electric vehicles (EVs) market in the Asian country.
  • BATTERY MATERIALS CONF: Easpring expects increasing demand for battery materials on NEV expansion
    China-based cathode supplier Easpring believes demand for battery materials will be driven by the rapid expansion of the new energy vehicles (NEVs) sector worldwide.
  • BATTERY MATERIALS CONF: SQM will retain its lithium market share, Jimenez says
    Lithium producer SQM is confident it will retain its market share amid forecasts of global supply growth, while cautioning of the industry's poor track record on delivering lithium projects.
  • PRICING NOTICE: Discontinuation of one zircon grade, launch of another
    Metal Bulletin Group has discontinued the price for one grade of zircon and launched another.
  • South32 increases manganese ore production by 6%
    South32 has increased its full year 2018 manganese ore production guidance by 6% amid strong demand and record operating performance at its Australia unit.
  • Trade log April 2018: Ferro-tungsten, APT
    The latest ferro-tungsten and ammonium paratungstate (APT) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe, Vietnam and China, with blue tungsten oxide (BTO) and yellow tungsten oxide (YTO) deals taken into consideration.
  • TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Alloy market edges up; scrap market steady
    Key data from the Wednesday April 18 pricing session in Europe.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 18/04: Minor metals
    The following Metal Bulletin minor metals prices changed on Wednesday April 18:
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 18/04: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday April 18:
  • EUROPEAN MORNING BRIEF 18/04: SHFE aluminium runs into profit-taking; China’s wire rod export prices slide; Jupiter Mines shares commence trading
    Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s office in Shanghai as we bring you the latest news and pricing stories on Wednesday April 18.
  • Tshipi full-year manganese ore sales hit 3.34 million tonnes
    Tshipi sold 3.34 million tonnes of manganese ore in the twelve months to February 28, 2018, the manganese miner has announced.
  • Jupiter Mines shares commence trading after $186-mln IPO
    Shares in Jupiter Mines Ltd commenced trading on the Australian Securities Exchange on Wednesday April 18 following the completion of its A$240-million ($186-million) initial public offering (IPO).
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 18/04: LME aluminium closes above $2,400/t; US sanctions vs Russia could have far-reaching repercussions, Lord Copper says; Largo eyes 25% increase in vanadium output at Brazil mine
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Wednesday April 18.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: European, US vanadium prices decline, traders continue to take profits
    The vanadium markets in Europe and the United States retreated last week, with traders continuing to sell off inventories to protect against weakening prices in the Chinese market as well as slowing spot market demand.
  • PRICING NOTICE: Launch of lithium price assessments in battery raw materials sector
    Metal Bulletin has added four battery-grade lithium price assessments to its existing coverage of the battery raw materials sector.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 17/04: Aluminium prices continue to rise; LME allowing open Rusal positions until June 5; Vale's copper output falls in Q1
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Tuesday April 17.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Softening demand, strong stocks weigh on Asian prices; US price dips; European quotation holds up
    Lack of buying support and falling prices weighed on the Chinese ferro-chrome price assessment on Friday April 13 and market participants predicted subsequent softening to trickle into Japan, where demand is soft; US high-carbon prices fell temporarily in a quiet trading week.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: China stems price losses; Europe, US markets hold
    Chinese domestic ferro-silicon prices stabilized last week, with production cuts and a sudden jump in ferro-silicon futures on the Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange supporting the free market.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Ore prices drop with demand
    The manganese ore market experienced lower prices across all reported grades while buyers looked to cut their order size to manage their costs, according to industry sources.
  • GLOBAL TUNGSTEN WRAP: Chinese market sentiment lifts amid production disruptions; demand tails off in Europe
    Chinese ammonium paratungstate exporters held firm or raised their offers on concerns output in major production hub Jiangxi province will fall following a new round of environmental inspections there; European prices declined due to falling demand.
  • Vedanta appoint AngloGold chief Venkatakrishnan as new CEO
    Vedanta Resources has appointed Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan as its new chief executive officer (CEO), recruiting the executive from rising gold developer AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.
  • NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: Rio Tinto force majeure; manganese ore port stock activity; China minor metals overview; Norilsk Nickel’s Penny interview
    Metal Bulletin rounds up some of the key news and price moves across the global metal markets this week.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 13/04: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday April 13:
  • Manganese ore price risk boosts China's port activity amid rising consumer costs
    The threat of further manganese ore price falls, from recent highs, is boosting activity in Chinese ports because some buyers are avoiding seaborne cargoes amid high costs for payment terms and facilitation, and fears of material devaluing on water, market sources told Metal Bulletin.
  • EUROPEAN MORNING BRIEF 13/04: Nornickel ‘unlikely’ to be affected by US sanctions; Rio Tinto set to benefit from US Ali squeeze; US copper, brass scrap prices
    Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s offices in Shangai as we bring you the latest news and pricing stories on Friday April 13.
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