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Tahoe Resources loss less then forecast but wider than last year

With environmental and indigenous opponents of Tahoe's Escobal mine vowing it will never again produce silver, analysts are expecting the company to post its fifth consecutive quarterly loss on Tuesday.

Randgold ready to mediate in Acacia's Tanzania row before Barrick tie-up

Bristow, who will be CEO of the merged firm, did not give specifics about what that mediation would involve, but said he would be acting in his capacity as Randgold's chief executive not as the head of Barrick.

AngloGold may sell Mali mine after failing to agree investment

AngloGold says it has started the process of selling the Sadiola mine, a joint venture with IAMGOLD.

After Alaska's 'Burning Man for salmon', fishermen wary of mine proposal outcome

We are confident that the mine can co-exist with the world-class fisheries of Bristol Bay - The Pebble Limited Partnership CEO, Tom Collier

In Ecuador, landmark court cases challenge mining projects

The government turned over 70% of the Intag Valley into mining concessions, yet they didn't do a single consultation — not with the communities, not with the local authorities.

Zimbabwe to announce winning bidders for mining assets in two weeks

We would like to see each and every asset owned by ZMDC getting into production - Mines Minister Winston Chitando

Barrick chairman says miner eyes nimble future after Randgold deal

Barrick Gold shareholders "overwhelmingly" approved its all-stock acquisition of Africa-focused Randgold Resources.

Copper, gold mines now likely cheaper to construct than to buy-research

Results suggest that exploration and building remains the riskier but potentially more cost-effective alternative

BHP suspends Western Australia rail operations after runaway train incident

BHP suspended all its iron ore rail operations on Monday after a train ran away at high speed for nearly 100 kilometres before being forcibly derailed.

Russian steelmaker MMK delays decision on Turkish plant restart

One of Russia's largest steel producers has postponed a decision on the restart of hot-rolled steel production at its Turkish plant.

Asia Gold-India's festival week fails to spark demand

Diwali is just a week away but there is no improvement in demand.

Nippon Steel first-half profit falls 4% on rising costs, slower output

Nippon Steel plans to step up crude steel production in the October-March period, predicting an output of 21.6 million tonnes for the six months, above 20.58 million tonnes a year earlier.

Russian steelmaker MMK cautious after strong quarter, delays Turkey project

While MMK said it sees stable demand for steel products in its markets, it warns that global steel prices could put pressure on results.

Electric car demand fuelling rise in child labour in DR Congo – campaigners

"There is absolutely no way any company in the world could assure its consumers that the cobalt in its products is not tainted by child labour."

Zambia power system glitch cuts electricity supply to some mines

Power restoration has started but it will be gradual.

China demand for Vale ore to keep price above $90/tonne in 2019 -CFO

What will define Chinese demand for iron ore is continued urbanization, infrastructure investments, auto production.

China slashes Sept U.S. scrap copper imports; sends alumina to Iceland, India

From January to September, scrap copper shipments from the United States fell 13.8 percent.

Sumitomo lowers nickel output forecast at Ambatovy mine in Madagascar

Due to lower production amid bad weather and a slow ramp-up after a regular maintenance, Sumitomo now expects a loss of 13.6 billion yen.

BHP to return $10.4 billion in buyback, special dividend bonanza

BHP had promised to return all of the net proceeds from the $10.8 billion sale of its U.S. shale business to shareholders when the deal was announced in July.

Japan aluminium roller UACJ removes Rusal from 2019 suppliers list-president

Japan's top aluminium rolling company is removing Rusal from its suppliers list for next year due to uncertainty over U.S. sanctions.

Capital-starved mining sector creates 'buyer's market' for investors

Smaller mines and developers who previously found capital through retail investors in public markets are increasingly turning to specialist investors.

Ecuador aims to more than double mining value to GDP by 2021

Ecuador is being hailed as the biggest potential new source of supply of the metal used in renewable energy.

Gold miner Sibanye's profit plunges after fatal accidents hit output

Shares in Sibanye-Stillwater hit a monthly low on Thursday, down 13.28 percent.

ArcelorMittal remains upbeat as US steel tariffs drive up prices

Arcelor reported a 42 percent year-on-year increase in third-quarter core profit (EBITDA) to $2.73 billion, roughly in-line with analyst expectations.

Gold miner Sibanye's profit plunges after fatal accidents hit output

South Africa has the world's deepest gold mines and an earth tremor at one of Sibanye-Stillwater's mines killed seven miners in one incident alone in May.