Commodities & Metals

Five U.S.-traded lithium stocks have had a good week, as prices are rising again and the industry is about to expand.
Three top copper miners pay dividend yields of more than 10% and a fourth pays a handsome mid-single-digit yield.
The World Gold Council's report for the September gold market does not paint a rosy picture for the market in the near term.
Analysts at JPMorgan has initiated coverage on a lithium miner with an Overweight rating and a price target nearly 14% higher than the stock's current price.
Uranium stocks surged to new highs in mid-September, but have since pulled back. Can the price drivers (including social media chatter) keep moving these stocks higher?
Another lithium mining company entered the lists Monday. Canada-based Sigma Lithium plans to begin production next year at its Grota do Cirilo project in Brazil.
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Here's a brief look at Lithium Americas and three more lithium stocks.
A USGS assessment in 2007 estimated that Afghanistan's mineral resources. A few years later, the value of those resources may have been $1 trillion. Now it could be worth three times that amount.
In a new report, the World Gold Council said it expects gold prices to follow its historical pattern of increases in September.
The United States and Germany are among the countries that control the world's gold.
Demand for gold in the first half of 2021 is down about 10% year over year, but demand from gold-backed ETFs is down much more.
The most expensive material in the world is terbium, an essential component in commercially available LED lighting fixtures.
Outflows from global gold ETFs totaled more than $30 billion in the first half of 2021. New money flowing in only partially offset the outflows.
The reverse merger between Torchlight Energy and Metamaterials was completed early Monday morning and a new ticker will emerge on the Nasdaq when trading begins.