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Aluminum has been having a tough time for quite awhile, but it's looking like 2015 may bring a turnaround.
NexGen Energy has released its latest set of assay results. However, a report from Dundee Capital Markets cautions investors to remain patient.
Cliffs' Bloom Lake project has been hit with record penalties for environmental infractions dating back to 2011, just after the company purchased the asset.
Overall nickel market watchers appear positive about 2015, with some — including Scotiabank's Patricia Mohr — expecting a deficit to hit.
Tesla Motors and its lithium-ion battery gigafactory definitely stole the show in the cobalt market this past year. Looking forward, it appears that increased demand from that facility and others will begin to push the market into deficit.
Seabridge Gold got an early Christmas present last Friday when its British Columbia-based KSM project got the go-ahead from Canada's federal government. According to Chairman and CEO Rudi Fronk, the next step for the company will be to find a partner.
Following a flurry of trading activity on Friday, Rare Earth Minerals announced on Monday that it has completed its own scoping study for two concessions within Bacanora's Sonora lithium project.
2014 hasn't been the best year for the coal market. Next year, Joe Aldina of Wood Mackenzie expects to see more high-cost supply come out of the market, but his firm isn't calling for a material recovery in coal prices for another couple of years.
2014 was a quiet year for the moly space, though December brought two interesting pieces of news. Looking to the future, those hoping to see a stronger moly market in 2015 may end up getting that wish in the short term, but perhaps not in the long term.
Volatility continues in the iron ore space, with the metal's price searching for a bottom and its producers experiencing substantial share price swings. However, BC Iron is perhaps in the sweet spot of having a solid balance sheet and low enough cash costs to survive the current downturn, but high enough costs to offer substantial leverage in the event of an upswing.