The top 10 ranking of the lowest all-in cost gold mines in the world – former US president Herbert Hoover was once in charge of no. 8 on the list.
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Miners and explorers are only spending a third of what they did four years ago – and proportion of greenfield exploration are at record lows.
The world's No.1 iron-ore producer recorded a net profit of $3.98 billion in 2016, a significant recovery from a loss of $12.13 billion it reported a year earlier.
A surge in commodity prices combined with its multibillion-dollar asset fire-sale has put the company in a position to pay big dividends and explore acquisitions.
The world's No.1 heavy machinery maker is telling miners not to rest on their laurels now that the industry is finally coming back up from a brutal downturn and keep focused on maximizing returns and efficiency.
Up 7% year on year across all regions, supporting rally in iron ore and rebound in coking coal prices.
While the phrase is on many people’s lips, the impact of fake news on the financial markets and high-frequency trading is not yet clearly defined.
BHP Billiton still sees potash as a key commodity in which to base its future growth despite prices for the fertilizer remain weak.
Net profit was $3.2bn for the six months to December 31, compared with a loss of $5.7bn in the same period a year earlier.
Already reeling from decades-low prices, potash miners are staring at another headwind, this time from India, a major importer of the crop fertilizer ingredient.
Top listed copper producer Freeport says negotiations with Indonesia going nowhere – will slash production at iconic mine by 60%.
As exciting as Tesla's Gigafactory 1 project is, it’s actually just one of multiple large-scale “megafactories” being built – with many of them being in China.
The totalitarian state is the number three supplier to China of the steelmaking raw material.
The economic noose is being tightened around North Korea's neck after the pariah regime ignored a United Nations resolution by testing a missile last week.
The question I have is: Why would an investor deliberately choose to lose money? But that’s precisely what’s happening now with inflation where it is.
Down more than 6% Friday as realities of Japanese reactor restarts make an impact.
The gold market dwarves turnover on the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 combined, German and UK government bonds and even some of the top currency pairs.
Forevermark, the diamond brand from The De Beers Group of Companies, today announced it has passed 2,000 retail doors globally, following the opening of the Zen Diamond Anatolium store in the city of Bursa in Turkey. The milestone consolidates Forevermark’s position as one of the world’s fastest-growing diamond brands.
Gold prices of late have been testing support just under the market, if you will, preparing for a healthy rally into higher territory.
The world’s No.1 iron ore miner produced 349 million tonnes of the steelmaking ingredient in 2016, helped partly by the opening of its massive S11D mine.
Restrictions would remain in place for six months, with some mines and areas possibly excluded.
Down 4.7% on Tuesday to five-month low as ultra-cheap Mongolian coal gets trucked into market.
The firm has not been able to ship copper from the mine in over a month due to a ban on concentrate exports that kicked in on January 12.
Prices for the radioactive metal have fallen more than 50% since the Fukushima disaster in 2011
Coal has washed up very close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Australian authorities said, following an investigation into complaints of black dust on nearby beaches.