Commodity Insights Bulletin – January 2016: Nickel

Commodity Insights Bulletin – January 2016: Nicke...

In the short term, questions about reduced demand for stainless steel from China will continue to put pressure on the price of nickel.  

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As a result, questions about when higher cost producers are likely to shut down will remain a key factor in future prices. In the medium and long-term, the expectation is that low-cost supply will continue, as these larger players wait and see which higher cost producers cannot sustain. The question is, who will make meaningful production cuts first?

 

The latest Commodity Insights Bulletin provides insights into price outlook, supply and demand, major deals and projects as well as key developments in the market of Nickel.

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