Freeport and China Moly fail to shake hands over Kokkola

We are now halfway through 2017 and so far, it seems the year has been all eyes on cobalt. Whilst price rises were dramatic in Q1, Q2 saw somewhat of a levelling off in the curve, but importantly little by way of price decreases.

As we move in H2 2017 cobalt is still very much on the agenda of the energy storage revolution and will be for some time. The reason is quite simple, such a small market (93,000 tonnes refined material in 2016) has limited ability to respond to the expected squeeze that will be generated by the . . .


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