High commodity prices - prospects for investorsVon Swiss Resource Capital AG
The world market prices of energy raw materials, industrial raw materials, food and beverages were around 30 percent more expensive in March 2022 compared with the previous month. This is shown by the HWWI commodity price index and highlights the importance of Russia on the commodity market. In the case of grain markets, the role of Ukraine as a producer country is also an additional factor. Recycling is therefore becoming increasingly important. Scrap prices have also gone up in recent weeks, including at the local scrap dealer. Whereas in 2021 one was still getting around four euros per kilo of copper, it is currently more than double that. Incidentally, copper is an important component in today's high-tech world, whether in cutting-edge technology applications, household appliances, cables or communications technology. Copper is practically ubiquitous because it scores with its high electrical conductivity.
Anyone who doesn't have any copper scrap at home and wants to focus on copper should take a look at Kutcho Copper - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxgE0FrL-Dg -, for example. In addition to copper, the company's Kutcho project in British Columbia also contains zinc, an important component for the automotive industry, for example. A positive feasibility study is already available. The fact that energy prices have risen so sharply, for example for gas, will have a variety of effects. For example, on the price of chicken for the Munich Oktoberfest, which hopefully can take place this time.
Price increases for the things consumed in the beer tents are already pre-programmed and being discussed. In the food industry, there are always new technologies that point the way to the future, such as the drying technology from the Canadian company EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-N3hWM9Xls -. With its patented vacuum microwave drying, EnWave successfully ensures shelf life for food, pharmaceutical and cannabis products.
Current corporate information and press releases from Kutcho Copper (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kutcho-copper-corp/ -) and EnWave (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/enwave-corp/ -).
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