The aluminum market has been in surplus for almost a decade, but Alcoa believes this year it will move into deficit.
Speculation regarding Chinese demand continued to keep the red metal in flux this week. Today, apprehension over the upcoming release of Chinese data drew prices back by 0.5 percent, to $6,636.50 per tonne.
To help investors understand where the company is currently seated in regards to the status of the Land Bill's trek through Congress and the importance of the Pumpkin Hollow deposit, not only to Nevada Copper but also to the surrounding communities, Copper Investing News recently spoke with Giulio Bonifacio, the company's president and CEO.
This past week, a number of analysts have put forth positive predictions about zinc's future.
In March, the US Mint sold 5,354,000 American Eagle silver coins, a new record for that month.
Rare earth investors who have been following the market for a few years are likely familiar with Stans Energy, a Canadian junior resource company that wholly owns the Kutessay II heavy rare earths project in Kyrgyzstan.
The European Union may have given North American oil and natural gas producers the cold shoulder in the past, but now European countries could be considering cross Atlantic suppliers as one possible alternative to Russian gas supplies.
A good sign for the uranium market, the only physically backed uranium fund, Uranium Participation Corp, has made its first uranium purchase since 2010.
Recently, Uranium Investing News spoke with Rob Chang, metals and mining analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald about the current state of the uranium market.Chang also shared his thoughts on Energy Fuels (TSX:EFR, NYSEMKT:UUUU), the only conventional uranium miner in the United States.
A look at 2 tungsten companies in North America that have acquired properties or have made some progress with their work programs in the last two weeks.