Gold sending dark sign that 'almost everything has changed' in the market

Investors need to be paying attention to the move in gold and the US dollar, Raoul Pal and Grant Williams, cofounders of Real Vision Television, both said.

Myanmar opens door for Australian mining industry

A burst of $US3.6 billion ($A4.85 billion) invested in Myanmar's oil and gas sector in the past year is a green light for Australian companies involvement, Australian business representatives say.

South Australia govt backs uranium mining

The draft terms of the reference for SA's royal commission into the role of nuclear power should investigate the costs of uranium mining, conservationists say.

Greek dilemma: Are new jobs created by gold mine worth the ecological risk?

One of Europe's richest fields of gold and other key metals has reopened, and the prospect of a further expansion is pitting locals worried about farming, fishing, and tourism against those eager for jobs amid severe economic crisis.

Chile's Codelco 1st half profit falls 31 percent

The world's largest copper company Codelco said the average price of copper dropped 14 percent from last year.

Leviev's Namibia diamond plant fires entire workforce

A Namibian diamond cutting and polishing plant owned by Russian-Israeli tycoon Lev Leviev "We handed out retrenchment The workers were sent on upaid leave on June 10 as a precursor to the retrenchment. The local diamond selling arm of De Beers, th...

Latrobe Magnesium moves towards bankable feasibility study

Latrobe Magnesium Limited has completed its Pre-Feasibility Study of a plant to produce 10,000 tonnes of magnesium per annum from the brown coal fly ash at the Latrobe Valley's Hazelwood power station.

ArcelorMittal formally commences iron ore production in Liberia

MONROVIA, Liberia Regulatory News: Important milestone in Liberia’s economic recovery achieved ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steel and mining company, today commenced commercial iron ore production from its mining operations in Liberia. A launch