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Nickel ore is separated from other elements at PT Vale Indonesia's nickel processing plant in Sorowako of Indonesia's South Sulawesi Province. The country's new mining law is aimed at generating more funds for government from the mining sector. (Yusuf Ahmad/Reuters/Yusuf Ahmad/Reuters)
Nickel ore is separated from other elements at PT Vale Indonesia's nickel processing plant in Sorowako of Indonesia's South Sulawesi Province. The country's new mining law is aimed at generating more funds for government from the mining sector. (Yusuf Ahmad/Reuters/Yusuf Ahmad/Reuters)

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Two stocks to buy to ride the resurgence in nickel prices Add to ...

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With Indonesia restricting shipments of low-grade nickel ore (which China uses to produce nickel pig iron), there are growing discussion about the nickel market potentially swinging into a deficit next year.

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If you are looking for nickel exposure, please keep in mind First Quantum and Lundin Mining.

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