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Argus provides essential reading for participants in the daily iron ore and coking coal markets, offering prices and commentary as well as extensive market-moving news.
Published annually, the annual provides insight into global cobalt supply and demand for the next 10 years
The global meeting place for nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, ferro-chrome, battery, tungsten, tantalum and complementary metals
Fully updated 10 year price projections complete with supply and demand forecasts for global tungsten markets
Argus is a well-established leading price reporting, business intelligence and news analysis agency, with a history in the energy markets. Founded in 1970, Argus has 19 offices around the world and more than 600 employees. In recent years, Argus has expanded beyond energy into fertilizers, petrochemicals and metals
In 2014, Argus bought Metal-Pages, the speciality metals, rare earths and ferro alloys reporting service. The acquisition complements Argus’ own metals business which focusses on steel feedstocks and coking coal
The two companies have many synergies, including an international presence and a concentration of staff in regions of significant interest to the energy and commodities industries. For example Metal-Pages has a major presence in Asia and publishes in Chinese and Argus has the second largest foreign reporting organisation in Russia and has many Russian language publications. Both companies run conferences and other events and both have consultancy expertise in the markets they cover.
The Metal-Pages staff will remain with Argus and significant investment will be made to expand the range of metal services available, improve delivery methods and provide an enhanced customer experience.
Argus and Metal-Pages produce a range of services for the metals industries covering minor metals, rare earths, ferro-alloys, base metals, precious metals and iron ore.
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What happens to the rare earths market following China's defeat at the WTO? Listen to this discussion with Justin Pugsley from Metal Pages, Dan McGroarty of Carmot Strategic Group, Jon Hykawy of Stormcrow Capital and Luisa Moreno of Euro Pacific Canada.