The Battery Metals Market in 2020
In an interview with the Investing News Network (INN), lithium expert Chris Berry explained, “If you are, as an investor, approaching the lithium space like you were four or five years ago, you are not positioning yourself for success. What you want to be thinking now is what is happening further down the supply chain, what are and majors doing, what are original equipment manufacturers and cathode manufacturers doing to position themselves?”
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Table of Contents
- Lithium Trends: Declining Prices Shake the Market
- Lithium Forecast 2020: Execs Expect Recovery, Bet on Long-term Fundamentals
- Lithium Outlook 2020: The Lithium Decade Begins
- Cobalt Trends 2019: Market Volatility Reigns
- Cobalt Forecast 2020: Execs Expect EV Demand to Materialize
- Cobalt Outlook 2020: A Crucial Year for EV Production
- Graphite Forecast 2020: CEOs See Better Times Ahead
- Graphite Outlook 2020: Supply Cuts to Balance Market
- Vanadium Outlook 2020: Is Vanadium Due for a Comeback?
- Manganese Outlook 2020: Strong Growth Expected in Coming Decade
- EV Outlook 2020: Watch These Trends, Regions and Policies
- Top EV and Battery Metals News Stories of 2019
Dear Battery Metals Investor,
We’ve updated our free report on the battery metals market with valuable information on the lithium, cobalt, graphite, vanadium and manganese sectors! What happened to lithium in 2020? Lithium continued to make news headlines during the third quarter of the year, and despite the downtrend in prices and stocks, many remain bullish on the future of the battery metal. Demand for lithium is forecast to triple by 2025, as demand for lithium carbonate and hydroxide, used in lithium-ion batteries, continues to increase. How did the metal perform last year, and what’s ahead for lithium in the near term? Read our FREE outlook report on battery metals to learn more!
What will happen to cobalt in 2020? Our cobalt market update outlines key market developments and explores what could happen moving forward. After months of declines, cobalt prices edged up in the third quarter of 2019, with supply worries supporting prices throughout the period. Demand for cobalt, a key metal in the lithium-ion batteries used to power electric vehicles (EVs), is expected to surge in the long term, despite ongoing debate about changing battery chemistries. Sign up for our FREE outlook report to learn about the most recent updates in the cobalt sector, and what experts forecast for the rest of the year!
Some market watchers are also optimistic about the future of graphite and its use in electric car batteries — at least for the next few years. Both synthetic graphite and natural graphite, in the form of the intermediate product spherical graphite, are currently used in the anodes of lithium-ion batteries. How will fluctuating prices in battery metals such as graphite, vanadium and manganese impact the sector? Read our FREE outlook report to gain valuable insight with price forecasts and expert opinions!
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