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As Electric Vehicles Continue To Surge, Cobalt Prices Also Rise

May 03, 2021 7:09 PM ETLIT, BATT, DRIV, EKAR, IDRV, KARS, TSLA, BMWYY10 Comments
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  • Sales rise despite electric vehicle anxieties.
  • The Financial Times reports that cobalt prices jumped 40% in Q1, laying the blame solely on battery demand.
  • S&P Global predicts EV battery production is set to triple by 2025.

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By Stuart Burns

The prospect of buying an electric vehicle (EV) may fill you with anxiety.

That is, range anxiety, charging point anxiety, reliability anxiety, and resale anxiety.

Sales rise

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