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Kropz eyeing dual listing

By: Martin Creamer     4th July 2018 Emerging plant nutrient producer Kropz is eyeing a dual listing on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange in addition to seeking admission to trade on the Aim in London, where it intends raising equity capital to fund the completion of its advanced-stage phosphates project in South Africa, cut debt... 

Jet engines help power cobalt to 10-year highs

By: Reuters     24th May 2018 The spotlight in the cobalt market has been fixed on electric vehicles but shrinking supply and robust demand from traditional sectors such as jet engine makers are helping fuel a price rally that shows no signs of fading. Cobalt in recent years has become synonymous with electric vehicles as it... 

The cobalt crunch for electric cars could be solved in suburbia

By: Bloomberg     1st December 2017 Almost 9 000 miles from the dusty Congo savanna, miners have hit on an entirely new source of cobalt – the rare mineral at the heart of the electric-car boom. And not only can they take coffee breaks, when they take a break, they can grab a doughnut at Tim Hortons. Scientists working for American... 

Zinc, tin, nickel, platinum evoke most optimism at Junior Indaba 

By: Martin Creamer     8th June 2017 UK market intelligence firm CRU is most optimistic about the prospects for zinc, tin, nickel and, to a certain extent, platinum over a 12-month time horizon and named copper, bauxite, nickel and gold as good commodities to be in over the longer term. CRU principal consultant Ben Jones told the... 

Copper back in deficit in three years – CRU

By: Martin Creamer     9th February 2015 The copper market, which has seen prices fall to their lowest level in five-and-a-half years, will be back in deficit in 2018, says CRU group manager Vanessa Davidson. Despite the China slowdown and the short-term challenges, Davidson says that copper’s fundamentals remain fairly solid and do not... 

Long-term iron-ore outlook not bleak despite slowing Chinese demand

By: Chantelle Kotze     13th June 2014 Despite slowing demand from China, the long-term demand outlook for iron-ore was not bleak, global commodity industry pricing and market analysis firm CRU consultant Serafino Capoferri told delegates at the fourth Africa Iron Ore conference, in Johannesburg, this month. 

Long-term iron-ore demand outlook not all doom and gloom

By: Chantelle Kotze     3rd June 2014 Despite slowing demand from China, the long-term demand outlook for iron-ore was not bleak, global commodity industry pricing and market analysis firm CRU consultant Serafino Capoferri told delegates at the fourth Africa Iron Ore conference, in Johannesburg, on Tuesday. Chinese steel consumption... 

Copper supply to remain balanced in 2013 – expert

25th January 2013 China is set to consume about 45% of the world’s copper by 2015 and 48% of all aluminum and nickel, which will support healthy expansion in global demand for industrial metals even as European use will fail to match prefinancial crisis levels in the next several years, says research company CRU... 

Company Announcement: Excellent Fertiliser Testwork Results

10th September 2012 Emerging phosphate developer Minbos Resources Limited has received positive results from a recent testing program to examine the ability of the Cacata concentrate to be converted to phosphoric acid and DAP fertilise 

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