COMMENT: Will aluminium be replaced in the auto industry?; lessons from the European ferro-vanadium market; why zinc prices are staying low; the nickel gamble

Metal Bulletin journalists have written about key topics that caught the team’s attention this week in our Comment series.

Metal Bulletin journalists have written about key topics that caught the team’s attention this week in our Comment series.

This week, Metal Bulletin covered the following issues:
- How the push for cleaner emissions has the auto industry looking for ever-lighter metals, and what this could mean for aluminium's place in the market.
- The recent key developments in the European ferro-vanadium market and how there is more than one way to interpret market signals.
- Given zinc's solid set of fundamentals, what is holding back prices for the galvanizing metal?
- There's a hint of the old story of Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody in the current nickel market.

Stay on the Metal Bulletin website for more in this regular series.

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