Tag Archives: raw materials

Making sense of the markets this week: March 13

He reports that central banks will be forced to raise rates as economies experience economic declines. Schwab believes that rate hikes and spikes in inflation will cause recessions in many countries: “It’s time for discipline; including diversification between and within asset classes and periodic rebalancing. For overweight equity investors, we …

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Do we have any hope for export?

“Do we have spiritual capital to export? by Charles W. GilkeyMarch 3, 1947 An American professor who spent last summer working on the European continent as part of the American Friends’ Service Committee, since his return received a letter from a German medical student in Cologne which sounded the minds …

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Economic Planning Series: Falling Behind the Goals

In the first part of the article on the second five-year plan, we discussed the main features of the plan. In this concluding article, we will dig deeper into the distribution of financial expenditures among the different sectors and present an evaluation of the plan. Financial expenses The second five-year …

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[SMM Report] China Copper Market Review 2021 and Forecast_SMM

SHANGHAI, Feb. 10 (SMM) — Looking back to 2021, the global economy has recovered in the post-pandemic era. Copper prices rose sharply and then moved in a range for an extended period. With the continued decline in new COVID cases and the lifting of pandemic prevention and containment measures, the …

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ENERSYS MANAGEMENT REPORT ON FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (Form 10-Q)

CAUTION REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Reform Act") provides a safe harbor for forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of EnerSys. EnerSys and its representatives may, from time to time, make written or verbal forward-looking statements, including statements contained in EnerSys' filings …

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Iron ore rallies on Australia supply fears, Chinese demand hopes

Iron ore is enjoying a rally based largely on two factors that have yet to materialize, a renewed construction boom in China and possible supply disruptions at Australia’s top exporter. The spot price of iron ore for delivery in northern China, as assessed by commodity pricing agency Argus, ended at …

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Column: Iron ore rallies on Australia’s supply fears, China’s demand hopes: Russell

A giant excavator loads a mining truck at the Fortescue Solomon iron ore mine located in the Sheila Valley, about 400 km south of Port Hedland, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia December 2, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray/File photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LAUNCESTON, Australia, …

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capex: Nippon India’s Ashutosh Bhargava picks four major capex games for 2022

“I expect the overall growth momentum to continue, driven by urban consumption and capital expenditure. Areas like roads, urban infrastructure and renewable energy need to be watched,” says Ashutosh Bhargava, fund manager and head of equity research, Nippon India Mutual Fund. How do you think this year will go? Which …

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Retail investors look to gold and silver for best results in 2022, Wall Street points to silver and platinum

Welcome to Kitco News’ Perspectives 2022 series. The new year will be filled with uncertainties as the Federal Reserve seeks to pivot and tighten monetary policies. At the same time, the inflationary threat continues to grow, meaning that real rates will stay in low to negative territory. Stay tuned to …

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Peter Dunne: Time is running out for big government reforms

Comment There will be plenty of pebbles under beach towels for government ministers this summer, with little time to make substantial policy reforms this quarter beyond managing Covid, writes Peter Dunne Opinion: Parliament closed the year this week. For many MPs, that means they can enjoy a generally well-deserved break …

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Survey reveals growing pessimism among supplier executives

According to the Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. Automotive Supplier Barometer Index Q4 2021. The online survey of executives of OESA supplier companies, conducted October 7-27, found an index reading of 34, down 18 points from the third quarter reading of 52, and 16 points below a neutral reading of 50. …

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Uganda’s environment and petroleum activities

It is a delicate balance of the development of oil and gas projects and impact on other sectors of the economy COMMENT | YUSUF MASABA | In the recent past, a multitude of countries; in particular those in the West, have announced major commitments to drastically reduce carbon emissions, committing …

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Comply with supply chain due diligence

On June 11, the German Parliament, the Bundestag, passed a law entitled “Law on Due Diligence of Companies in Supply Chains”. This law obliges professional organizations to fulfill their due diligence obligations in their supply chains with regard to respect for internationally recognized human rights and certain environmental standards. In …

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An overview of Russia’s economic presence in Africa

The Association for Economic Cooperation with African States (AECAS), established under the aegis of the Secretariat of the Russia-Africa Partnership Forum (RAPF), held a special meeting of the working group on project financing with the participation of major Russian companies. and banks. The key topic was to find an effective …

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