Aluminum prices have been spiking in the wake of the Guinea coup, with likely pricing consequences for electric vehicles down the road.
2021 has been the best of times for iron ore prices, and before the year is out it could be the worst of times as well.
Supply concerns seem to be trumping fears of technological disruptions, with an EV-driven demand boom looming on the horizon.
A military coup in one small West African country risks significant economic repercussions for China.
Next in our series on strategic commodities we examine uranium, a key input in nuclear power generation that was included on the US Interior Department’s list of critical minerals.
Copper prices have fallen over 15% from May highs, but the dip may prove to be short-lived.
Green technologies are expected to create a surge in global tin demand, but Western companies may encounter supply challenges amid the outsize market weight of Asian producers.
Next in our series on strategic commodities we examine helium, a rare instance of a key high-tech input that remains dominated on the supply side by the United States.
Moves by Beijing to cool iron prices can only go so far against a backdrop of lingering supply shortfalls.
Voters in Peru face an existential decision this weekend, one that many never asked for in the first place.