The desired decarbonization needs metalsVon Swiss Resource Capital AG
Industry experts largely agree, the supply of the important metals for climate change will lag behind demand. Therefore, higher prices would be correct. For nickel, for example, the market was significantly undersupplied in the first four months of the year. From a fundamental perspective, the nickel price should actually already be higher. Metal consumers should take advantage of the losses incurred by certain metals in the second quarter to make favorable purchases, and this also for the longer term. However, consumers still seem to be waiting to see if prices will not go even lower. At some point, however, material i.e. metal such as nickel will have to be ordered again. In the next few years, when decarbonization really picks up speed, significant price increases for metals like nickel should not come as a surprise.
Nickel is needed above all for steels and alloys. Industries such as mechanical engineering, aviation or the chemical industry and especially the batteries of electric cars need nickel. In terms of price, nickel has seen quite a bit of turbulence in recent months, even reaching the 100,000 US dollar mark for a short time. This is because at the beginning of March the price rose sharply with the outbreak of the Ukraine war. Incidentally, Germany ranks fourth in global nickel consumption. Just under half of nickel imports come from Russia and Finland. But nickel is also available in Canada.
This is where the Canada Nickel Company - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPEbckK019I - operates. The main project is the Crawford nickel-cobalt property in Ontario, Canada.
In Nevada, Cypress Development - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8W0NOxkTPQ - is looking after lithium, which is so essential for electric car batteries. The development of the Clayton Valley lithium project is progressing very well.
Current corporate information and press releases from Cypress Development (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/cypress-development-corp/ -) and Canada Nickel Company (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/canada-nickel-company-inc/ -).
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