“Producing advanced batteries and components here at home will accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels to meet the strong demand for electric vehicles, creating more good-paying jobs across the country,” said Secretary Granholm.
The mining industry is central to the province’s economy. Besides being the largest producer of copper and steelmaking coal, BC is Canada’s only producer of molybdenum and the second largest producer of silver.
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Central Banks around the world have been increasing interest rates, including the Federal Reserve (Fed) in the US, which has increased interest rates five times this year already and may increase it again in the near future if Fed Chair Powell’s hawkish stance doesn’t change.
Despite current low silver prices (down 16.62% since the beginning of the year), Preston remains optimistic about the future of the commodity, arguing that while silver tends to “get hit harder on the investment side” than, say, gold, its “saving grace” is the industrial side.
The global cannabis market has grown exponentially in recent years and, despite the current slump, is poised to continue growing in the coming years as more countries legalize cannabis and formalize its production.
“According to my calculations,” said Butler, “you’re talking something in the region of about $50,000 per ounce being a reasonable market clearing price for gold if you fully go back to a gold-backed international monetary system.”
The global demand for lithium has increased in the past several years and is expected to continue growing. Fortune Business Insights estimates that the $3.83 billion market in 2021 will grow at a CAGR of 8.1% and reach $6.6 billion in 2028.
The word “copper” comes from the Roman term aes Cyprium, “metal of Cyprus,” shortened to cyprium and later corrupted to cuprum. Keep reading for 5 more incredible facts about this critical metal from the Kinvestor Network.
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