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How Are North Chilean Mines Holding Up After the Great Atacama

By Emma Cox, published on May 1, 2015

On the last days of March this year, Northern Chile was soaked in a thunderstorm that swept through the Atacama Desert and its neighboring communities. The result was overwhelming: the streets flooded in mud, the roads blocked, and the power cut off.

In other parts of the world, it would seem normal to have such a meteorological happening once a year, but not in Chile. The country has been experiencing its worst drought in decades, only to be answered with 17 years worth of rainfall in a span of hours. Even heads of the country were baffled on the sudden rains because the Atacama Desert... (more)

Tags: north chile torrential rain, atacama flood, white mountain titanium, titanium companies, chilean mining industry

Nickel’s Transition to Undersupply Could Be Another Rally

By Emma Cox, published on Apr 21, 2015

Amidst the ever-changing mining stocks environment, nickel, as well as other base metals zinc and aluminium, are seen to yield into another rally as it transitions from continual oversupply to undersupply.

Nickel supply, in particular, will soar in prices in the second quarter as giant metal producers from China and Japan scramble to import enough supply from alternative providers from the Philippines, Russia, Australia, and New Caledonia. The deficit, should this remain unsolved the entire year, would maintain nickel’s prices up, resulting to an uninterrupted rally.

However,... (more)


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