The general trend of the main mining export products of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is bearish on the international market in this week from September 26 to October 1, 2022, according to projections by the National Mercurial Commission of the Ministry of Foreign Trade.
Only silver ore is showing an uptrend in the market this week. It is trading around USD 0.63 per gram against USD 0.61 per gram the previous week, a price increase of USD 0.02 recorded.
Copper is down this week at 7,784.90 USD per tonne against 8,001 USD per tonne last week, a negative price difference of 216.1 USD.
Cobalt is trending down this week at USD 51,265 per tonne versus USD 51,267 per tonne last week, a drop of USD 2.
Zinc is also down this week at 3,164.85 USD per ton against 3,238.7 USD per ton the previous week, showing a drop of 73.85 USD.
Tin also fell this week to 21,426 USD per tonne against 21,679 USD per tonne last week, a negative price difference of 53 USD.
Similarly, gold is trading lower this week at $54.21 per gram from $55.61 per gram last week, down $1.4.
Tantalum shows a downward trend this week at 380 USD per Kg against 392 USD per Kg last week, ie 12 USD drop in price.
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