Dating back to last year, tin is in a fairly low place. Prices had declined by nearly half compared to 2013, making the metal the worst faring of all the base metals. Surely there is nowhere to go but up, right?
For 2016, we’ve identified the main tin price drivers as:
- China GDP and PMI Data
- The dollar to euro exchange rate
- Myanmar tin mining
For a long-term industrial buying strategy for tin, complete with specific support and resistance levels, download your complimentary copy of our 2016 Annual Metals Outlook report!
This report also includes commodities markets and industrial metals market analysis, in addition to key price drivers and commentary on aluminum, nickel, lead, copper, zinc and various forms of steel, in addition to tin.