Articles Tagged "Anglo American Platinum"

Platinum Market Deficit May be Coming

The Morgan Stanley Mining and Metals Tracker indicates that a platinum price recovery may be coming next year, as per Proactive Investors United Kingdom. The firm notes that Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (OTCMKTS:AGPPY) is on its way toward withdrawing 250,000 ounces of production from its Rustenburg facility, a move that will bring the market into deficit.

After Labor Strikes, What’s Next for Platinum?

Violent South African mining labor strikes shocked the globe in 2012, but the resulting negotiations underway could create more stable supply flows in the long term—that's how CPM Commodity Analyst Erica Rannestad sees it. In this interview with The Metals Report, Rannestad discusses the key developments that could signal a price rise and which producers could clean up big on high-priced PGMs.

South Africa, Ballard, Amplats Join Forces on Fuel Cell Project

Johnson Matthey's Platinum Today reported that as part of its efforts to "improve on the uses of platinum," South Africa's government is going to partner with Ballard Power Systems Inc. (TSX:BLD,NASDAQ:BLDP) and Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (OTC Pink:AGPPY) to begin field trials of a "methanol-fuelled 'home generator' prototype product designed for use in off-grid residential applications."