What goes up must eventually come down. Just look at how China’s economy, which was considered the fastest growing in recent years, is now considerably slowing...
Despite the devastating flood that hit the Atacama region, Chile's economy refuses to bow down and continues to grow.
Nickel and copper lead the rally in base metals, with prices hitting record highs since the last week of February.
These companies would benefit in share prices once the demand on titanium peaks.
It seems that 2014 is the best year for the LME in three years, with trading volume up 4 percent.
The rutile market is blessed with stability right now because of the suppliers that populate the market for global demand.
The base metal market is the most uncertain of all commodity markets due to its strong connection with the economic strength and standing of a country.
Because of the precious metals and base metals moving at a snail's pace in terms of growth, the bear market might continue.
Gold and nickel will bring success to Russia's mining industry this year.
Most analysts use clothes in measuring the wellness of a country's economy.