Tin prices are expected to rise on the back of production cuts by Indonesian miners.
Tin consumption fell from October/November 2008 and hit bottom around February/March last year, reports ITRI. However demand steadied and recovered in the second half of last year, helped by enormous (and unrepeatable) government monetary and fiscal stimulus packages and has bounced back strongly in 2010. ITRI ( NASDAQ:ITRI) estimates the world
Tin Investing News reports tin prices have been pretty grim for the short-term though investors see the long haul for tin to be outshining the rest of the metals.
In their recent report entitled “Tin: A Global Strategic Business Report”, Global Industry Analysts Inc. has said the global tin market would reach