Canada recorded smaller trade deficits than expected in the first two months of 2019 on a rally in oil prices.
Zinke left his post in January amid several federal investigations into his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest.
United Nations officials and atomic regulators are poised to loosen rules on the industry, unlocking finance to take more radioactive material out of the ground without corresponding new checks.
Trafigura Group will take control of Nyrstar NV as part of a deal to restructure the struggling company’s debt and steer it away from bankruptcy.
The founder of Shanghai Steelhome Information Technology Co. said disruptions will amount to 60 million tons of lost supply this year.
A South African newspaper reported that the owner of the company is considering selling the operations.
After months of being ignored in favor of market darling palladium, platinum is finally getting some attention from investors.
Chile's SQM, the world’s second-largest lithium miner, said expansion plans had gone better than expected and that sales would likely beat its forecasts for this year.
This is the second major step by the company this week to build up cash as it faces a drawn-out labor dispute.
It’s been a stormy month for benchmark coal prices in Asia, with the potential for reverberations across the globe.
Gold output fell 21 percent from a year earlier compared with a revised 23 percent drop in January.
The mine would be built on one of the largest platinum mining concessions in the country.
The creditors are reportedly trying to block an amendment Newmont is seeking for a large tranche of notes associated with its operations in Nevada.
Prices for platinum, palladium and rhodium have all gained in recent months, boosting earnings for miners in top supplier South Africa.
The largest union in the platinum industry wants its members to share the benefits of higher prices.
The company is reportedly working with advisers to list in Jakarta as early as the fourth quarter.
Iron ore’s poised to hit $100 a ton, according to Citigroup, which highlighted “very, very low” seaborne cargoes just as data from China may show a pick-up in demand.
Giant mines currently under construction will churn out an additional one million tonnes of copper through 2023, but that won’t be enough.
Komatsu’s “zero-emission” electric digger mirrors a push by global automakers to produce vehicles that meet stricter emissions standards.
One of China’s top commodity traders is reportedly offloading refined copper at below-market rates and using the metal as collateral in financing agreements with banks.
John Thornton received a $9.74 million bonus on top of his $2.5 million salary, but used most of the after-tax proceeds of the bonus to buy 215,000 Barrick shares, according to a company's filing.
The world’s second-largest economy expanded its gold reserves for the fourth straight month, adding to optimism that central banks globally will continue to build holdings.
The government proposes to expand its coal ban by adding absolute caps on production of thermal coal, or its use in power generation, which would target big companies.
It’s high quality and the price is a bargain, but the risk may be too great for Chinese buyers looking for a quick profit.
Iconic mines, including Ekati and Diavik are now old, tired and running out of diamonds; they will likely both close soon. So far, operations that were designed to replace them aren’t faring well either.