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Antimony to experience modest growth over next decade

Jack Bedder and Nils Backeberg from Roskill discuss with Proactive Investors their near term expectations for demand and supply of Antimony. Antimony is mostly used in flame retardants and lead-acid batteries. Together these end-uses accounted for 84% of antimony demand in 2017.

Titanium demand to grow 6% in 2018 as applications set to expand

Jessica Roberts, manager of battery and technology metals at Roskill, tells Proactive’s Andrew Scott Titanium prices have remained relatively stable in recent years, averaging under US$10/kg per quarter since 2016 and that’s encouraged consumption of the metal across industrial applications. However she adds that growth’s coming not just from industrial… Watch now

Lithium miners and processors likely to enjoy a very strong market by 2027

Jose Lazuen and David Merriman from Roskill spoke to Proactive Investors following the publication of their 2018 Lithium market outlook report. “We expect the market for refined lithium products, particularly those battery-grade products, to remain very tight and likely to enter a deficit towards the end of our ten year… Watch now