Warren Patterson - ING Bank
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We saw the nickel ore export ban lifted in Indonesia, so we've seen Antam, for example, start exporting nickel ore to China. The other potential big change going forward is the change in the environmental secretary in the Philippines. Market expectations are that we could see some sort of relaxation in policy. So where we saw 21 mines shut or suspended, we could see some of them coming back online.feedback
Warren Patterson has been quoted 5 times in 5 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Warren Patterson’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Warren Patterson speaks about are Fed and picture, for example. Most recently, Warren Patterson was quoted in the article Copper steadies as dollar drops, tin set for biggest weekly gain in a year saying, “How long do these supply problems go on for? You're losing 150,000-200,000 tonnes of copper supply every month ... (and) in China, demand for copper concentrate remains strong.”.
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Quotes by Warren Patterson
Mar 17 2017
How long do these supply problems go on for? You're losing 150,000-200,000 tonnes of copper supply every month ... (and) in China, demand for copper concentrate remains strong.feedback
Feb 21 2017
The market has priced in a lot of the disruptions and is vulnerable to corrections. All these (supply) events have attracted speculative interest and as soon as they die down so will that interest.feedback
Feb 14 2017
There's quite a wide gap between what workers are wanting and what BHP is offering.feedback
Dec 16 2016
The rate hike this week from the Fed and the hawkish outlook for next year leave a fairly negative picture for gold.feedback
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