Battery materials, specifically nickel, dominated many conversations during LME Week 2022
Key battery raw materials such as cobalt and lithium were among the main discussion points at London Metal Exchange (LME) Week during the week of Monday, October 24
Chilean mining minister Marcela Hernando was at pains to dispel any worries that the mining industry may have about the position her country’s government takes on mining, when she attended the London Metal Exchange’s LME Week event, October 24-28
Western economies have been increasingly moving to deglobalize the lithium-ion battery supply chain to reduce their over-reliance on certain countries
The increase in copper premiums for 2023 European contracts came as no surprise to customers of German producer Aurubis, its chief executive officer said in an interview, citing the strength of demand as well as inflation-led costs
The London Metal Exchange has announced new additions to the LMEpassport which will provide increased transparency on brands using scrap material and broaden disclosure to non-LME brands
The London Metal Exchange’s relevance has “arguably never been stronger” despite a challenging year, according to Nicolas Aguzin, chief executive officer of LME’s owner Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX)
High global energy costs coinciding with potential macroeconomic headwinds are threatening the production of metals that are pivotal in helping countries meet decarbonization goals
The European ferro-alloys industry needs help now if it is to survive the global energy crisis. This is the stance of European ferro-alloy and silicon producers’ association, Euroalliages
Soaring energy prices, particularly in Europe, have dominated headlines globally and have had significant impacts on base metal prices, both on the London Metal Exchange and in physical spot premiums
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