Our Core Service Offering

Core Consultants is a pioneer in providing commodity market analysis and consultancy services. Our clients include commodity end-users, producers, traders, hedge funds and banking institutions.


Core Consultants provides independent and proprietary advice to a broad range of clients. Our services include feasibility and prefeasibility studies, market evaluation and entry studies.

Subscription Reports

Core Consultants provides a number of industry studies focused on current market conditions as well as the potential outlook for these commodity markets.

Core Consultants provides a number of focused commodity reports available on a subscription basis. Our reports offer Core Consultants’ independent forecasts as well as explores current market conditions and the potential drivers of change.

Some of our Clients

Latest News


Gold breaks psychological barrier of $1,300/oz

The investor demand for gold as a safe haven asset in 2016 has been well documented with the yellow metal up around 30% so far this year. Gold has recently broken through the psychologically important barrier of $1300/oz and is still finding overall bidding interest despite the slight declines in the price during the last… View Article


Vadanta gambles on zinc

We draw attention to Zinc and its steady rise to a recent thirteen month high to $2,216/tonne on the 15th of July. With the metal generally one of the lesser used of the base metals, zinc last week rose due to concerns over a possible supply deficit. According to the International Lead and Zinc Study Group… View Article


Ferrochrome deficit in second quarter-Core Consultants’ Report

2Q16 was characterised by an extremely tight market. Many producers had shut down operations globally, including four furnaces in South Africa going bankrupt over the past 8 months. This resulted in the remaining producers selling only on a contractual basis, leaving very minimal stocks available to the spot market for both chrome ore and ferrochrome…. View Article


Iron ore prices to remain below $50/tonne

The iron ore marketing remains in oversupply. The combination of a weak steel demand, the commissioning of new low cost capacity and the reservations among high-cost producers to shut down operations continues to plague the market. Producers did try and cut costs at the beginning for the year and attempt to destock, but unless demand… View Article

Sign up for our newsletter
Online community