Supported by stronger market conditions and higher production capacity, the Brazilian aluminium industry will depend less on imports and will instead prioritize locally-produced metal in 2023, market participants told Fastmarkets
Fastmarkets looks ahead to 2023 and beyond at some key predictions for the battery materials market as the world continues to strive towards a new generation of energy markets
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The graphite anode industry is becoming more competitive due to evolving market dynamics and falling costs for synthetic anode, against the backdrop of weaker demand, while there is increasing localization of natural graphite
With the market seemingly heading in one direction, could the opposite happen?
Copper market participants have told Fastmarkets that European demand for the red metal in 2023 is “not all doom and gloom,” although the market will face problems
The mining sector will need to get over its reticence to operate in jurisdictions with high-risk profiles in order to achieve the growth required for the move to a new generation of energy markets
Given the sharp price increases recorded by several major seaborne steel scrap markets at the start of this new year, it can be easy to forget the host of structural issues still bubbling under the surface of the trade
As energy markets adjust to an era of embargoes and biodiesel prices are expected to come down, the UK’s compliance ticket market could become less volatile
Buying appetite in China for high-purity copper scrap of overseas origin is expected to remain strong in 2023, with questions over the supply of domestic scrap in the country, and a growing trend to repurpose scrap materials as part of the decarbonization movement across the world
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