After 4% surge on Monday, benchmark prices resume slide.
In this visualization, every nuclear reactor in the world is shown and broken down by country and life of plant. This includes construction, commercial power generation, and decommissioning of the reactor.
Work on feasibility study for $6bn underground expansion of massive Mongolian copper-gold mine can resume after confirmation tax dispute is settled for $100m less.
Economic slowdown, theft of intellectual property rights are among firms’ top concerns, Asia Pacific Foundation survey reveals
A GlenTinto is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
But domestic premiums of just $5 an ounce show demand is not as frenzied as last year when gold traders demanded as much as $170 above London price.
Countercyclical investors sitting on $8 billion unspent funds have been waiting for clear signs of a market bottom. The wait may well be over.
Mongolia knocks $100m off tax claim to revive expansion of massive copper-gold mine owned by Rio Tinto unit Turquoise Hill.
His lawyers told MINING.com the parties reached a confidential agreement.
Productivity, followed by capital decisions and obtaining a social license to operate, are among the top risks global mining and metals companies face.
2014 is the "inflection point" and "until mines close it's a world of $70 prices of iron ore."
One of the two tailings thickeners experienced rake failure last Friday.
It won't announce its verdict on the matter until an unspecified later date.
But investors hoping the festive season in the world's second-largest gold buyer will boost the metal’s ailing price are likely to be disappointed, analysts say.
Reviving the China-India ore trade which peaked at 120mtpa in 2009 could be part of a grand bargain when Modi and Xi meet for the first time in New Delhi.
CEO Chuck Jeannes says barring a major technological breakthrough global gold production probably peaked in 2013.
A big corporate break-up à la BHP Billiton is definitively not in his books, he told FT.com.
Here is one interpretation of how much is left on Earth.
He argues the omissions and inadequacies of the WGC reports on China's gold demand are far larger than what the body would let the world see.
The country lifted a long-standing ban on selling uranium to energy-starved India in 2012 and both have been negotiating a nuclear safeguards agreement since then.
The firm no longer expects to complete its $7.3 billion (and climbing) project in four years.
After flirting with a five-year low for about a month, the iron ore price fell to the lowest price since October 2009.
The decision is considered a key political victory for Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Vast stretches of northern Europe’s wilderness will soon host more mining companies going ahead with several projects in the area.
Both sides are closer than ever to ending an eight-month tax dispute over exports of the industrial metal's concentrates.
Historically holding gold going into September reaps investors a more than 3% return.
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