Daily Metal Prices

Daily
Metal
Prices

Cobalt

30,000

per metric ton

Nickel

12,105.50

per metric ton

Lithium

114.71

per metric kg

Manganese

46

per metric ton

Last Updated
5 months ago

The Daily Charge EQM indexes articles

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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: June 1, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / Jun 02

Global pandemic is teeing up 2021 to be the year of the electric vehicle.
EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 26, 2020 Thumbnail
EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 26, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / May 26

COVID-19 crisis set to accelerate the trend toward the electrification
EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 18, 2020 Thumbnail
EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 18, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / May 18

Seeing an uptick in demand in EVs is cause for optimism.
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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 11, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / May 11

EV sales have held up as the overall auto market collapses.
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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: May 5, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / May 05

Even the coronavirus and lockdowns cannot kill Tesla's EV momentum.
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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: April 27, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / Apr 27

China is cutting NEV (new energy vehicle) subsidies 10% through 2022
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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: April 20, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / Apr 20

Resumption of the EV trend remains inevitable in the post COVID-19 world.
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EQM Indexes Battery Metals Commentary: April 13, 2020
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By Jane Edmondson / Apr 13

COVID-19 crisis offers both the worst of times and the best of times

During February lithium stocks showed mostly negative performance, led by Pilbara Minerals & Orocobre with a decrease of -12% and Galaxy Resources dropping -11% in comparison with the previous month.

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