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Steel: LatAm Growth To Surpass North

BMI View: Steel producers in Brazil and Mexico, the two largest producers in Latin America, should outperform their northern peers in our 2013 to 2017 forecast period in output growth. While...

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Steel: Europe Looking East For Growth

BMI View: The outlook for Western Europe's steel sector is bleak as low rates of economic growth and low steel prices disincentivise growth in consumption and production over the next five years. In...

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Weekly Mining & Projects Roundup

The FTSE 350 Mining Index continues to fall after its recent rally and is heading closer to support at 18,000. We forecast more sideways trading over the next few months as fundamentals for mining...

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Weekly Mining & Projects Roundup

Our forecast for a near-term bounce in mining equities has played out extremely well, with the FTSE 350 Mining Index breaking resistance at the 20,000 level. Whilst the rally is likely to extend over...

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Vale - Q1 2013

Vale is one of the world's largest producers of iron ore and nickel and is involved in the production of copper, coal, manganese, ferroalloys, fertilisers, cobalt and platinum group metals. Its...

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Rio Tinto - Q1 2013

Rio Tinto is a leading international mining group headquartered in the UK, combining Rio Tinto Plc, an LSE and NYSE-listed company, and Rio Tinto Limited, which is listed on the Australian...

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Aluminium: Slow Growth To 2016

BMI View: We have revised down our forecasts for Australian refined aluminium production for 2016 due to continued weakness in the region's aluminum end markets. We expect production to reach 2....

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