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The mandate to lead also carries the duty to lead

News - 18 May 15

Since the end of April, nickel prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) have started moving again. Between the beginning of the year to about the end of March, prices had been moving down before then maintaining a sideways movement for a few weeks around the level of USD 12,600.00/mt. At this level the market appeared to be well supported not least by the cost curve of nickel. On Friday, the 24th of April, the news agency, Bloomberg, released the report of a talk made by an analyst from Antaike Information Development at an industrial conference in Shanghai. Antaike is a renowned research institute, founded in 1992 and part of the....

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Very far from the optimum, but still no less optimistic

News - 15 Apr 15

Following on from the previous month, nickel prices have fallen once again on the London Metal Exchange (LME). In March the average cash price was USD 13,745.00/mt, and now prices are about USD 1,000.00/mt lower. The lowest point so far was seen on the 14th April at USD 12,205.00/mt. This level had last been seen in May 2009. The development which is taking place has cast a further shadow over the technical chart picture. The trend channel running downwards could not be sustainably broken through on the upside. Temporary price rises are rather technical counter movements in an....

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Finally taking a deep breath

News - 12 Mar 15

On the London Metal Exchange (LME), nickel prices have stalled and since the middle of February have been trading in a tight range of between USD 13,600.00/mt and USD 14,400.00/mt, without showing any clear signs of which direction to be taken. This price level for nickel means though that the supply of nickel pig iron (NPI) should become more limited. This would, in fact, be less due to the continuing usage of reserves of Indonesian nickel ore which are stocked up in Chinese warehouses, but more because prices have, in the meantime, clearly fallen below production costs for parts of NPI production. Production is evidently becoming....

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Off to your room

News - 16 Feb 15

In our last edition, the German government, with Chancellor Merkel at its helm, was not exactly treated very graciously because of a certain vacuum in creativity, but now the lady must be shown more appreciation and respect. It is most remarkable how much physical effort the German chancellor, together with the French President Hollande, has put towards paving a way for the military conflict, between the Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels, to take on a more diplomatic approach at reaching a peaceful conclusion. In less than a week, alongside the usual work load, there were visits with the Russian President in Moscow, attendance at the....

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Industrial metals between the fronts

News - 19 Jan 15

Even without much happening fundamentally during the holiday period, industrial metals, and this also includes nickel, have come under pressure by developments on other markets. Nickel's present price movement does not reflect the given facts, as it is being driven by the escalating monetary policy of central banks, the decisions of investors and by an economic battle for power in the oil market. Therefore, after the slight increase at the beginning of December, it has lost around 9% and is presently trading at about USD 14,500.00/mt, during one intraday trading just below the level of....

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