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Press releases

In the following, you will find the latest press releases on the development of the HWWI commodity price index in recent months.
13. April 2021

Global economy supports crude oil prices

• HWWI overall index increased by 3.2 % (US dollar basis)
• Crude oil prices rose by 5.8 %
• Nickel prices drop by 11 %

Press release
5. March 2021

Price increase on the crude oil markets

• HWWI overall index increased by 7.4 % (US dollar basis)
• Crude oil prices rose by 12 %
• Strong price growth of over 20 % on the tin market

Press release
17. February 2021

Crude oil prices continue to recover

• HWWI overall index increased by 10.6% (US dollar basis)
• Crude oil prices rose by 10.2%
• Iron ore prices increased by 12.4%

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ARD, plusminus: Northeast Passage: Race for arctic resources

EXTERNAL PRESS ARTICLE | BY ANDRÉ WOLF

Climate change is changing the Arctic and enabling the exploitation of Arctic resources.

Author: Beatrix Bursig

Article
20. November 2019

taz: “Markets are currently well supplied“

taz-INTERVIEW | WITH KATRIN KNAUF

The price of crude oil has risen. No problem, says economist Katrin Knauf, as long as the conflict does not intensify. The extraction of oil reserves is beneficial to the environment.

Article
17. September 2019

Recycling Magazin: HWWI raw materials became significantly cheaper

EXTERNAL PRESS ARTICLE | BY KATRIN KNAUF

In August, the HWWI commodity price index fell on average by 6.1 % (in euro: -5.3 %) compared to the previous month.

Article
17. September 2019