The Investing News Network recently spoke with Ben Kramer-Miller, chief analyst at miningWealth, to get some insight into the rare earths market.
The Investing News Network spoke with David Abraham, author of “The Elements of Power,” about his new book and the importance of rare metals in our high-tech age.
Ryan Castilloux of Adamas Intelligence continues his rare earths market update in the second part of this interview.
Ryan Castilloux of Adamas Intelligence gives a mid-year update on the rare earths market in 2015.
China removed its export tariffs on rare earths, tungsten and molybdenum at the start of May, and shortly afterwards announced changes to its resource tax regime for rare earths. A number of analysts and market watchers have commented on how those changes might affect rare earths prices — here, Don
China’s Ministry of Finance confirmed plans to eliminate export tariffs on rare earths, tungsten and molybdenum, effective May 1, 2015. According to Shanghai Metals Market, China previously imposed export duties of 15 to 25 percent on rare earth products.
Here’s a look at some of the top stories from Rare Earth Investing News from the first quarter of the year. On the list are market commentaries from analysts, a look at companies that attended PDAC and an article on recent discoveries in the sector.
To learn what Commerce Resources is up to this year, Resource Investing News spoke with Chris Grove, president and director of the company.
At this year’s PDAC conference in Toronto, Ryan Castilloux, founding director and industry analyst at Adamas Intelligence, took a few minutes to share his thoughts on the rare earths market in 2015. Overall, he sees prices increasing for several heavy rare earths used in magnets on the back of increased
Resource Investing News takes a quick glance at a few rare earths companies that will be at PDAC 2015 and lists the other rare earths companies attending as well.
Critical metals investors will no doubt have noticed reports that rare earths export prices from China fell last year relative to 2013. However, in conversation with Resource Investing News, Jon Hykawy, president and director of Stormcrow Capital, noted that prices for materials used in rare earth magnets have actually risen,