Back from holidays, Chinese traders chase cargoes to build up inventories 25% down from a year ago.
Morgan Stanley sees a "sharp reversal" in commodities with prices rising nearly 20% by 2017 making mining stocks "historically attractive".
New report on top 100 junior mining companies says "waiting it out no longer a viable strategy"
Glencore chief executive Ivan Glasenberg stepped up his defence of the under-fire miner and trading house on Monday, calling on rivals to shut unprofitable mines and blaming hedge funds for pushing down commodity prices.
Mining is one of Canada’s largest outward investing sectors.
And 90mtpa S11D ahead of schedule.
Unless you were hiding out in rough rice or lean hogs, commodities were not your friend in the third quarter of 2015.
When compared to the US, the world's largest economy for 150 years, China's ascent is even more startling because it took place over such a short time-span.
Domestic scrap prices have fallen below the cost for Chinese coastal mills to produce pig iron.
Australia's stock market was once synonymous with raw materials. Not anymore.
Iron ore has been the hardest hit.
Change that is "necessary and healthy"
Brazilian iron ore and nickel giant cuts dividend in half.
Iran is ranked among 15 major mineral-rich countries with potential reserves worth $770 billion.
The current metal/non-metal examination regulation falls far short of this important benchmark (clarity in terms of its requirements).
The mining industry is now losing highly skilled professionals as they pursue alternative work.
As the deep sea mining industry chases investors at the Asia Pacific Deep Sea Mining Summit, a new critique by the Deep Sea Mining Campaign reveals indefensible flaws in the Environmental and Social Benchmarking Analysis of the Solwara 1 project commissioned by Nautilus Minerals.
Glasenberg’s perceived arrogance has irked and magnified his misjudgments on how the financial markets might move.
It also revised its guidance for 2015 down, saying sales and revenues for the year are now expected to be about $48 billion—$1 billion lower than the previous outlook.
This year capital and exploration spending at BHP will be $13 billion less than in 2013, leaving the world's largest miner with a single greenfield project.
Bigger blasts, crib huts and hot seating.
The mining giant acknowledged it used a Singapore marketing hub to minimize its tax expenses, but added it is paying its fair share worldwide.
But the best opportunities are born when, as the saying goes, “there’s blood in the streets.”
We're only halfway into mining bear market says new report.
London-based index rises 18 percent on a two-day roll.
BHP’s coal chief believes the commodity is likely to remain under pressure for a while.
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