After a stellar 2017, zinc is looking to have another outstanding year, as stated by forecasts.
Zinc supply is expected to be tight during the first quarter of this year, prompting differences in price and annual concentrate treatment charges.
The world's supply of zinc has been dropping due to the reduced number of zinc mines.
Zinc has so many uses and applications in various industries including food, construction, metals, roofing, and buildings.
The demand for zinc is expected to increase in the next few years due to the higher interest in electric cars.
Canada's zinc mining future is bright due to its untapped zinc deposits in its unexplored regions.
Zinc's CAGR growth could reach 3.96% in the next four years, meaning it could be the metal for all seasons.