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Australia's Fortescue iron ore shipments, price fall in Q3

The iron ore producer reported a 2 percent fall in third-quarter iron ore shipments on reduced demand in China.

Barrick Gold earnings just beat market; turns focus to growth

Barrick Gold Corp reported a slightly better than expected increase in first-quarter adjusted profit on Monday.

Indonesia's Adaro targets 35 pct growth in coking coal output

Indonesian coal miner Adaro Energy is targeting coking coal output of 1 million tonnes this year, up from 740,000 tonnes in 2017.

Chalco Q1 profits fall 19.4 pct on lower aluminium prices

Chalco produced approximately 3.61 million tonnes of aluminium last year, according to a filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last week.

Poland's KGHM says Q1 copper sales fall 12 pct yr-on-yr

KGHM also said in a statement that silver sales fell in the same quarter by 16 percent to 212.6 tonnes.

US extends deadline for Rusal sanctions, aluminum prices dive

Aluminum prices on the London Metal Exchange tumbled more than 8 percent after the U.S. Treasury Department announcement.

LME to temporarily move nickel closing prices out of ring

The move is likely to happen early next year and last for three months, after which pricing will return to the ring.

Mining firms from China to Canada watch as Greenland holds election

China already actively seeking opportunities.

Bolivia to invest in billion-dollar lithium deal with ACI Systems

Along with Argentina and Chile, Bolivia is part of South America's so-called "lithium triangle."

EU needs 'full' exemption from U.S. tariffs -France's Le Maire

"We cannot live with full confidence with the risk of being hit by those measures"

Banchile auctions 1.5 mln shares in Chile's SQM, raises $76 mln

SQM, which operates primarily in Chile's Salar de Atacama, is one of the world's largest and most cost-efficient producers of lithium.

Ship firm Oldendorff halting Guyana operation due to Rusal crisis

Rusal's 90 percent owned Bauxite Company of Guyana produced 1.05 million tonnes of bauxite - the raw material used to make aluminium - last year.

Mining firms from China to Canada watch as Greenland holds election

Chinese interest in Greenland comes after Beijing expressed ambitions to form a "Polar Silk Road" by developing shipping lanes opened up by global warming.

Illegal gold miners invade Grace Mugabe's farm amid legal dispute

The illegal miners at Smithfield last month told Grace that she no longer had any power to evict them.

Cochilco forecasts Chile's 2018 copper output up 4.3 pct

Chilean copper commission Cochilco forecast on Friday that Chile would produce 5.76 million tonnes of the red metal in 2018.

Zimbabwe's parliament orders Mugabe to answer questions over diamonds

Former leader Robert Mugabe will have to answer questions next month about whether the state was deprived of $15 billion in diamond revenue.

Sanctions fever grips nickel as market rethinks Russia risk — Andy Home

With Russian aluminium producer Rusal imploding in the wake of U.S. sanctions against its oligarch owner Oleg Deripaska, attention is now turning to the status of another Russian industrial powerhouse, Norilsk Nickel.

Bolivia nearing deal on partner to develop lithium – minister

The South American nation hopes to sign a deal with a foreign partner after a decade of state-led development left output far short of goals for the metal.

China, the highly problematic saviour of the global aluminium market? Andy Home

As supply fears grow, the market's attention is turning to China as a potential source of aluminium.

Labrador Iron Ore says workers reject IOC labor agreement

Shares of Labrador Iron Ore, which has a 15 percent stake in the company, fell 5 percent.

Australia's South32 sees brighter manganese outlook, shares soar

The Perth-based miner plans to raise its Australian manganese production by 6 percent to 3.3 million wet metric tonnes.

Australia's Pilbara Minerals to ship first spodumene cargo to China in Aug

Spodumene is a mineral mined as a source of lithium, a key ingredient in electric vehicle batteries, for which China is the world's biggest market.

Strike halts gold output at two Randgold mines in Mali — union

The strike at the company’s Loulo and Gounkoto mines is related to the payment of bonuses and will continue until the issue is resolved.

BHP cuts 2018 iron ore forecast, cites rail car upload problems

The miner cut its fiscal 2018 production guidance to between 272-274 million tonnes of iron ore from 275-280 million tonnes.

Peru will not 'impose' mining projects on communities -prime minister

The government of new Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra said it would not "impose" mining projects on nearby communities that object to them.