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@ocotilloredux@Quantum That is precisely the response the miners want to see from the smelters. You notice that the smelters are not complaining about the price of zinc? They are complaining about low treatment charges. This is what has been wrong with the industry for a generation. The end consumer must pay a price for zinc that rewards both smelters and miners but instead we have this infighting where miners and smelters tussle over the fraction of their small pie. Make a bigger pie.
@QuantumUnions are terrible. It's one thing to protect workers but they do more than that. They intimidate, bully, and force businesses to act in non fair market manners. If you're a non union business working in a union town, good luck to you.
@QuantumI'm very familiar. It's a real insult. While not every union employee is lazy, I have witnessed a strong communal let's not do shit and we have no fear for our job attitude coming from many union environments.
@internalaudit@Quantum What you said makes perfect sense. So strategic buyer agreed to buying at a slight discount before drilling results come out? If that's the case, may be this is something positive.
@QuantumI always thought this platform would be the ideal for my group chats with friends. I've had one going on for years that has seen countless jokes, trends, events etc. If we could have hash tagged that stuff to look back today it would have been ideal.
@QuantumThe tin zone is characterized as occurring underneath the zinc mineralization in the central/south zone. I guess the bottom of our initial step out hole shows the tin to be continuous and the tin zone to again occur beneath the zinc zone. So I'm hoping for confirmation of further tin mineraliation and an additional booming step out hole or two showing much of the same as the first, if not better.
@Quantumthe other thing about tarrifs on raw materials, you can put a tax on a particular kind of stainless roll or stock for example. All that will happen is they will start making products higher in the food chain. Or re-routing material. NA suppliers need to gain efficiency if they want to compete, not just put up bigger walls
@Quantum@Goldfinger Steel mills blew their brains out on scrap pricing in March and then in April they had limited buys and pricing was down. What I hear is some not running well, others order books aren't as firm as they originally thought. I'm expecting more weakness.