Senior Economist – Non Ferrous Metals, Pricing and Purchasing, S&P Global Market IntelligenceK.C. Chang is a senior economist within the S&P Global Market Intelligence Pricing and Purchasing Service; focusing on nonferrous and precious metals.
His expertise resides in the commodity sector, where he is responsible for the nonferrous and precious metals forecasts including platinum and palladium. His latest research focuses on supply chain risks and opportunities for minor metals such as cobalt, lithium and rare earth elements used in the growing electric vehicle industry. In the past, KC worked on several projects focused on global cost analysis for clients in the energy and mining sector. These projects helped clients estimate capital costs and develop cost-effective procurement solutions for key materials and services. In addition to his work with clients, KC provides commodity market commentary to various news organizations including Bloomberg, Reuters, National Public Radio, Kitco Metals, Metal Bulletin and the American Metal Market.
KC received his M.A. in economics and his M.S. in statistics from the George Washington University. He also received his B.com in finance and mathematics from McGill University.
- Capital Markets
- Financial Risk
- Global Economics
- Commodity Price Forecasts
- Metal Markets