Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion

NO metal has been hotter in the past two years than cobalt, and if the latest news from Middle Africa (and Europe) is a guide then Dryblower suspects the price of an essential ingredient in the batteries of electric cars could be on the verge of an even more dramatic increase.

Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion Dryblower and the risks (and opportunity) of a second cobalt price explosion

The problem for everyone with an interest in cobalt, and the wider battery metal business, is that a continuation of cobalt’s rocket-like rise from US$25,000 a tonne two years ago to its current