The latest tin market comment by Stephen Briggs from BNP Paribas has predicted that demand growth for tin will remain muted in 2014-15 at three per cent per annum.

Briggs says that constraints on existing producers and a lack of new mines will severely limit growth in tin output.

The report goes on to say that BNP Paribas still expects deficits to drive tin above US$25,000 per tonne and reiterates its long tin versus short copper recommendation.

Read the full report here – Tin like a coiled spring