Energy and mining industries, hammered by a commodity slump, are poised to be the biggest beneficiaries of looser Canadian foreign-takeover rules.
Catherine Raw, from one of the UK mining sector's best known fund managers, is assuming as the company's Business Performance Executive Vice President.
The failed deal was supposed to allow Turquoise Hill to finally break ties with the Mongolian coal miner that was once worth over $2.4 billion.
Temir Sariyev, a 51-year-old economist, said before Thursday's vote in parliament that resolving the Kumtor issue would be among his priorities.
Tthe world’s largest fertilizer producer, cut its full-year earnings forecast because of higher taxes and lower income from foreign investments.
The company's stock is being ripped apart on both, the New York and the Toronto Stock Exchanges as a result.
Last Friday we finally got confirmation of where all the natural gas supply has been coming from as Cabot (COG) reported its earnings.
But the miner revised down its 2015 U.S. iron ore sales and production volume estimate to 20.5 million tons, from its previous guidance for 22 million tons
Many wastewater-treatment businesses struggling to make sales, attract investment
As much as three quarters of investors voted in favour of a non-binding motion to change the way the gold giant compensates its executives.
Western Canadian Select crude, North America’s best-performing grade in the past month, may strengthen further as reduced drilling frees up pipeline room.
Analysts are not sure what to make of El Salvador’s recent move that saw its central bank sell about 80% percent of its gold reserves last month.
It revoked a 2013 ruling blocking the miner's plans to build a key processing plant at is Skouries gold-copper mine in the country's north.
Chinese companies, private equity firms including Mick Davis’s X2 Resources, and even Teck Resources are rumoured to be among the potential buyers.
One of the world’s longest-running political dynasties is on the brink of losing power, threatening to make life tougher for companies toiling in Canada’s oil patch.
After five consecutive months of decline, global mining exploration began showing signs of life in March, particularly in the gold sector, a new report shows.
The two sides met last week, but failed to reach an agreement on a dispute that has dragged on for six years.
Vancouver ranked 33rd among the world’s most desirable financial centres.
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board will vote against the gold miner’s executive compensation structure next week.
Doak, the chairman of Toronto-based uranium exploration and development company Khan Resources, was found dead Thursday morning in his hotel room.
"If this is what passes for investigative journalism in the United States, it is very sad."
Outlook is unchanged.
The sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States.
Barrick Gold Corp. has backtracked on its decision to suspend operations at its Lumwana open pit copper mine in Zambia after the cabinet reduced mining royalties.
The headline in Pravda trumpeted President Vladimir V. Putin’s latest coup, its nationalistic fervor recalling an era when its precursor served as the official mouthpiece of the Kremlin: “Russian Nuclear Energy Conquers the World.”
Prime Minister Joomart Otorbaev resigned after hours of heated debate in parliament over the government’s performance last year.
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