Prices of base metals dropped on Friday, causing a chain of reaction to the stocks of mining companies.
Zinc's CAGR growth could reach 3.96% in the next four years, meaning it could be the metal for all seasons.
The rising copper stocks of COMEX can influence the metal's price in the market.
Government policies have an effect on the global base metal production. However, as long as there is demand, the base metals will remain strong.
Zinc's price will keep rising because of the constant demand from industries all over the world.
One outlook for base metals, based on their Q1 performance, remains optimistic. Lead and aluminum had double-digit gains and zinc and copper prices went up.
Experts note the similarity in the gravity anomalies of the Sully Project with the stratigraphic level of Sullivan as a positive indicator for the property.
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