The Canadian Mining Eye index rebounded in Q2 2020. It increased by 72 percentage points in the quarter, compared with a thirty percentage points decline in the prior quarter.
Gold prices increased 11% in Q2 2020 after a 6% gain in the previous quarter, driven in part by the liquidity measures by global central banks. Base metals prices witnessed a rebound after a decline in the last quarter on the back of stimulus package announcement by the Chinese government. Copper prices increased 22% after a 20% decline in the previous quarter. Nickel prices witnessed growth of 12% while zinc prices increased 7%.