The Year Ahead For Mining & Metals 2022
Wednesday, 26th January 2022
Webinar | 09:00 London GMT | 17:00 Singapore SGT
This webinar will cover the key themes that we believe will drive the Mining and Metal sectors in 2022.
Following a year of record profitability and revenue in 2021, the outlook for miners and metal players remains positive for next year. Global mineral and metal production will likely rise and capital expenditure will remain on its recovery trend. Although we forecast most metal prices to average slightly lower in 2022, they will remain very elevated by historical standards.
Topics covered will include:
- What is the outlook for oil, minerals and metals prices in 2022-2023?
- Which will be the outperforming subsectors in the Mining and Metals sectors?
- Will the ongoing recovery in capital expenditure continue in 2022 and beyond?
- How will the Decarbonisation Megatrend disrupt the Mining and Metals sectors?
- What risks lie ahead in 2022?
- What will be the winners and losers of the 2022 key trends we have identified?
Head of Commodities Analysis
Sabrin leads Fitch Solutions commodity fundamental analysis and price strategy, managing a team that covers 20 commodities across energy, industrial and precious metals, soft commodities, and grains. Sabrin joined Fitch Solutions in 2015 and regularly engages with clients hailing from banks, asset management firms, consultancies, government agencies and corporations. Sabrin previously worked at ING Bank and holds a Master’s Degree with distinction in Financial Forecasting and Investment from the University of Glasgow. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National University of Singapore.
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