Miner has one of biggest deficit outlooks on back of steel use; firm doesn’t expect material EV impact on nickel until 2020.
According to the McEwen CEO, prices could surpass $5,000 an ounce in five years from about $1,280 now.
Doomsday preppers in North America bet on bitcoin; cryptocurrency is starting to impinge on gold's appeal.
Overall commodity returns have been lackluster this year, and face more poor performance in 2018, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Changing glacier law intensifies Argentina’s pro-mining agenda; pipeline of $20 billion beckons as nation bets on extraction.
Miners' lawyers filed documents late Thursday requesting that the presiding judge suspend two civil suits from 2015 Samarco dam spill.
Former CEO of Xstrata Plc Mick Davis, who drew criticism for remuneration well above industry norms, now on shortlist for the next chair of Rio Tinto Plc.
Lobby group is seeking judicial review of new Mining Charter, which places extra levies on companies and raises requirements for black ownership.
Sebastian Pinera, front-runner in Sunday’s election, was so frugal with funding during first term that Codelco that company’s debt levels jumped 84 percent.
Friday on the Comex in New York, almost 40,000 contracts traded in a span of 10 minutes. That triggered a sell-off, sending prices down as much as 1 percent.
Collapse of $750m mining deal sparks criticism that Canada needs heavier-handed approach to regulating venture market.
"We and China Gold will create an attractive financial platform that private investors can take part in and make money," said Alexey Chekunkov, head of fund.
Call options wagering on copper climbing above $10,000 a metric ton by Dec 2018 have started trading during past two weeks, with $4.5m spent by traders.
EuroChem Group AG spending over $6bn on two mines to produce potash, a mineral found deep in the Earth that’s prized for its ability as soil fertilizer.
It’s been a year since President Donald Trump’s election and his pledges to transform the energy markets haven’t exactly come to pass.
Journalists shed more light on Glencore's activities in Congo, including 2009 loan to entity affiliated with controversial Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler.
The buzzword in the Brussels energy and climate bubble is 450, a number that is dividing European Union lawmakers and making coal-dependent Poland fume over upcoming reforms to the world’s biggest carbon market.
The deal for a magnesium deposit in British Columbia ranks No. 4 by transaction value among the year’s biggest mining-asset sales globally.