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Metal Miner

Metal Miner

Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

Metal Miner

MetalMiner is the largest metals-related media site in the US according to third party ranking sites. With a preemptive global perspective on the issues, trends, strategies, and trade policies that will impact how you source and/or trade metals and related metals services, MetalMiner provides unique insight, analysis, and tools for buyers, purchasing professionals, and everyone else for whom metals and their related markets matter.

Latest articles from Metal

  • What’s In Store For The Mining Industry In 2022?

    Published 20 December 2021 | viewed 2,614 times

    The pandemic certainly created a challenging environment for business in 2021. Lockdowns hampered operations. Metal scarcity and rising metal prices caused immense cost pressures, loss…

  • Commodity ETFs See Massive Inflows As Inflation Fears Grow

    Published 16 December 2021 | viewed 2,172 times

    You cannot turn on the TV or read a news feed without hearing dire warnings of surging inflation. The U.S. Consumer Price Index rose 6.8%…

  • Gold And Energy Prices Drop Ahead Of Fed Meeting

    Published 14 December 2021 | viewed 1,414 times

    After opening the month at $1,784 per ounce, the U.S. gold bullion price surged to $1,867 per ounce by mid-month. However, the price backtracked down…

  • China Presents Plan To Slash Heavy Metal Emissions

    Published 12 December 2021 | viewed 2,208 times

    Chinese authorities recently presented a draft plan to reduce heavy metal emissions by 5% by 2025. As noted previously here, the move comes after Beijing…

  • Supply Bottlenecks Continue To Impact U.S. Car Sales

    Published 08 December 2021 | viewed 1,672 times

    Ford Motor Co. reported November U.S. sales increased by 5.9% year over year to 158,793 vehicles. Total truck sales increased by 4.6%. Meanwhile, SUV sales…

  • Tin Prices Are Rising As Indonesia Considers Banning Exports

    Published 30 November 2021 | viewed 3,186 times

    Two years ago, Indonesia instituted a ban on nickel ore exports. Now, it is contemplating banning exports of tin and copper ore, too. Indonesia export…

  • Steel Prices Remain Elevated As Production Slides

    Published 24 November 2021 | viewed 5,133 times

    Yesterday, MetalMiner’s Stuart Burns touched on the aluminum market and plummeting inventories, a trend in stark contrast to former times of plenty. Meanwhile, in the…

  • Aluminum Inventories Have Fallen To Critical Levels

    Published 23 November 2021 | viewed 5,241 times

    Longtime readers of MetalMiner may recall a number of aluminum posts we have put out over the years since the financial crisis that explores shadow…

  • Ford Looks To Bring Semiconductor Manufacturing Stateside

    Published 22 November 2021 | viewed 3,471 times

    Among a litany of the challenges, the ongoing semiconductor shortage has weighed on U.S. automotive manufacturers. Despite solid demand, sales have faced strong headwinds from…

  • Why U.S. Steel Output Is On The Rise

    Published 21 November 2021 | viewed 7,698 times

    The U.S. steel sector’s capacity utilization rate reached 84.1% for the week ending Nov. 13, the American Iron and Steel Institute reported.Steel capacity utilization Steel…

  • Construction Sector Rejoices As Biden’s Bill Boosts Spending

    Published 13 November 2021 | viewed 1,393 times

    U.S. construction spending in September reached a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,573.6 billion, the Census Bureau reported. The September rate marked a decline of…

  • Breaking Down The $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

    Published 10 November 2021 | viewed 3,345 times

    After months and months of debate, the House of Representatives on Friday voted to pass an over $1 trillion infrastructure bill to repair the country’s…

  • Auto Sales Lag As Supply Chain Issues Continue

    Published 09 November 2021 | viewed 1,369 times

    The Automotive Monthly Metals Index (MMI) ticked up by 4.2% for this month’s reading.Ford Motor Co. reported total U.S. sales of 175,918 vehicles in October.…

  • Russia Considers Lifting Its Aluminum Export Tax

    Published 09 November 2021 | viewed 1,978 times

    When news of Russia’s export tax on primary aluminum came out in the summer, it caused an increase in LME prices. More significantly, however, physical…

  • Can The Mining Industry Really Go Green?

    Published 06 November 2021 | viewed 1,523 times

    With COP-26 running this week in Glasgow, the environment has been one of the main topics in the news. Rightly so, many of you will…

  • China Calls For Stronger Climate Actions Despite Not Attending The COP26

    Published 03 November 2021 | viewed 1,933 times

    Two countries, two neighbors, two of the most populated countries in the world — China and India talked of their individual approaches to climate change…

  • The Global Energy Crunch Has Sent Steel Production Crashing

    Published 30 October 2021 | viewed 8,167 times

    Global crude steel production declined in September, marking the fourth straight month of month-over-month declines. Global crude steel production falls to 144.4 MT September global…

  • Recovering Airlines Could Lift Aluminum Demand

    Published 27 October 2021 | viewed 1,941 times

    Few would argue that semiconductor shortages have hampered automotive output. Earlier in the year, automakers temporarily shuttered factories, cutting into output. According to Toyota, it…

  • China’s Power Crisis Could Have A Massive Impact On Aluminum Supply

    Published 24 October 2021 | viewed 9,680 times

    A timely post by the Financial Times covers the threat to the global auto industry as a result of the power crisis in China limiting…

  • Metals Shortage Likely To Continue Into The New Year

    Published 20 October 2021 | viewed 3,167 times

    Several factors are likely to see base metals continue to encounter supply constraints into 2022. Chief among them is demand, said Colin Hamilton, managing director…

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