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Our key mining commodities include: Copper, Diamond, Gold, Iron Ore, Metallurgical Coal, Nickel, Platinum, Thermal Coal, Uranium and Zinc.

 

To learn more about our commodity insights or to learn how KPMG can support your business, please contact our Global Mining Commodity Leaders.


Metallurgical Coal | Q2 2014 & Q3 2014

Like many in the industry, I am bullish on the long-term prospects of coal in general. Shorter-term, we are seeing improvements in pricing – albeit not at the levels we’d experienced just a few years ago.

Uranium | Q2 2014 & Q3 2014

The long-term fundamentals of the uranium industry remain strong on the demand side but the medium-term outlook remains in neutral waiting for a kick start.

Copper | Q2 2014 & Q3 2014

This year has seen miners intensify their efforts to ramp up production while adopting aggressive cost minimization and efficiency initiatives. This has been and remains critical as they seek to manage the impacts of falling copper prices.

Platinum | Q4 2013 & Q1 2014

The past 6 months have been extremely difficult for the platinum industry.

Thermal Coal | Q4 2013 & Q1 2014

With declining thermal coal prices, shifting supply and demand dynamics in the US and Chinese policy developments regarding the usage of coal in the energy mix, sentiment towards the future of thermal coal is negative.

Nickel | Q4 2013 & Q1 2014

The confirmation of the ban of Indonesian ore exports in early January 2014 has helped drive nickel prices higher.

Diamond | Q4 2013 & Q1 2014

Are synthetic diamonds a potential threat?

Archive: Commodity Insights Bulletins

Welcome to our KPMG archived series of bulletins focusing on key mining commodities. Each bulletin is aimed to provide insight into trends, issues and changes within the key mining commodity sectors.

 Commodity Price Volatility

 

This online tool allows you to compare commodities price data from 2008 to present and see correlation trends within the market.

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