Subsequently, he worked for two years as group economist at the steel producer Corus / Tata Steel Europe, in London. In 2007, Robert returned to CRU where he worked on a variety of single client projects related to steel and steelmaking raw materials. In 2010, he took charge of CRU's North American steel flat products research, with editorial responsibility for the company's flagship Steel Sheet Monitor and Market Outlook publications.
In November 2012, Robert assumed responsibility for developing copper mining costs in CRU's base metals unit. After a successful three and a half years in this role, he transitioned to a new position in the first half of 2016, covering global copper demand and markets.
Education: The University of Bristol, BSc in Economics and Politics, CFA® charterholder.
Over the last year, the copper price has taken a further leg up, from $6,000/ t to over $7,000/ t. Indeed, recent trading levels have been higher than our last estimate...