The global copper and gold prices are going through a correction, and the price for an ounce of the stuff is now about 20 times the price of gold, according to a new report.
That’s according to the report by the consultancy Bernstein Research, which predicts that if prices continue to fall, it could result in the closure of two major copper mines in South Africa and India.
It’s also worth noting that while the copper mines are closing, the price per tonne is still about the same as the price we pay for gold.
The Bernstein report is part of a broader report by an independent consultant, called the World Gold Council.
The report also forecasts a massive increase in demand for the metal, and a dramatic rise in the price.
While prices are falling, demand is soaring, which is putting pressure on supply.
The price per pound of gold rose to $1,100 last week, and Bernstein predicts that it will be close to $2,000 by 2019.
It’s the largest price rise in five years.
Gold prices have been rising in recent years, fueled by China’s economic growth and the global financial crisis, and their decline coincided with the global recession.
That has created a glut of the metal in the market, and that is putting more pressure on prices.
The world’s biggest gold miners, Glencore and Ulyukay, announced this week that they will close their mines.
The price of iron ore is set to rise again in 2019, according the report, with the price going up by $200 a tonne.
That’s because iron ore has been an important component of the global economy for more than a century.
It may seem strange to say that iron ore prices have risen in such a short period of time, but it’s because that is the result of the massive production boom that took place in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Iron ore has become a key ingredient in making steel, cement, plastics, batteries and electrical equipment.
Demand is also growing because of the huge increase in the number of people working in the steel and aluminium industries.
While gold prices have fallen, they have also risen rapidly.
A few years ago, gold was priced at about $4,300 per ounce.
Now, it’s more than $2.20 an ounce.
Gold has risen in value dramatically since the 2008 financial crisis.
Its price in 2014 was $1.8 trillion.
The global gold market now trades at about 1,600 tonnes per day.