Nickel prices have dropped due to low consumption in Asia, but small changes in supply could improve the prices before the year ends.
With nickel supplies from the Philippines and Indonesia diminishing, New Caledonia has the opportunity to gain momentum in the nickel industry.
BHP Billiton reassures that nickel supply is enough and deficit will not happen soon.
Prices of scrap metals are declining, which is attributed to the strong U.S. dollar and sluggish Chinese economy.
Nickel makes stainless steel rebars highly resistant to corrosion and improves their ability to withstand harsh temperatures.
The Philippines' nickel mining industry has benefitted from Indonesia's ore processing localization.
Experts have different opinions on the future of nickel industry. Some are saying the Chinese market could influence better prices before the year ends.
Cuba is poised for a fast recovery of nickel output due to political changes and any lifting of sanctions.
Nickel prices would skyrocket in the event of a great world war and global conflicts, but nobody wants that.
Several indicators suggest this is the perfect timing to buy nickel stocks, particularly from outside the Southeast Asian region.