A quick glance at coin markets reveals that the prices of aluminum and copper ore are fairly stable.
While prices for copper ore spiked in the past few weeks, that is only the beginning of a long-term price increase in the form of mining equipment and mining equipment upgrades.
Coinmarketcap has compiled data on the price of aluminum ore mined from different countries to determine what is causing the price spike.
The data reveals that aluminum ore prices are not only stable, but are also up by more than a quarter in the last few months.
In fact, the price rose by over 3,000% from the previous month.
Coin Market Cap data shows that the price increase of 2,873% in the first half of 2018 was due to a sharp increase in demand from the US, which accounted for most of the increase.
The price of copper ore, meanwhile, is also stable.
The market cap of the metals rose by 7.6% in January and February.
This is due to increased demand from other countries, including Russia, China, and Brazil.
CoinMarketCap data also shows that aluminum prices are down from a peak of over $5,000 per tonne in mid-September.
However, prices of copper are up by nearly 50% since then.
Coinprice.com has compiled the same data and compiled a graph of the prices over the past year.
The graph shows that while prices of steel ore are not much higher, the metal is up by an additional 1,000%.
Copper prices are up over 7% over the same time period.
These data also suggests that the global aluminum and steel price is currently well below the $1,000 mark.
Coin market cap data indicates that the aluminum and aluminum ore market is currently in a downtrend.
The recent increase in aluminum ore mining equipment is just one example of the long-lasting price gains that are taking place in the metals market.
The aluminum price has also recently seen an increase in mining equipment costs, which are also seen as another contributing factor to the price trend.
This will only continue to happen over the next few years.