September is gold's best performing month historically, but a new research note from investment bank UBS says 2014 is unlikely to follow long-term trends.
Latest gauge of manufacturing activity falls to near contraction levels.
Zijin Mining Group looking to acquire sizeable gold and copper projects in Africa this year.
The revised regulation will empower courts to confiscate equipment seized from illicit miners.
Chief Executive Officer Andrew Mackenzie said the project ramains in BHP's main plans, but added the firm is not in a rush to develop it.
Last year alone 1,049 people were killed or went missing in mining-related accidents in China.
Clive Palmer has come under fire for labelling the Chinese government “mongrels” and “bastards” on national television.
It hit $900 a troy ounce for the first time since 2001.
Time for all parties to reconsider industry policies.
The division contributed just $746 million of the $21.12 billion earnings BHP reported for the 2013 financial year.
China burns almost as much coal as the rest of the world combined, but new data show year to date declines in output and sales.
$908 billion of mineral wealth.
Comprehending China's massive infrastructure build.
Hitachi holds over 600 neodymium iron boron magnet patents, but has authorized only eight Chinese companies to use them in a total of 149 patents.
The diamond is expected to fetch between $12.8 million and $15.4 million at auction on October 7.
Who stands to capture the graphite market?
Double bottom over June and July a strong bullish signal.
Vancouver-based company's quarterly revenues drop 40%.
Dismal European economic growth figures and more signs of Chinese slowdown dents price of red metal.
Q2 study shows decline in global gold demand, but US and UK jewelry buying surges and central banks add to holdings for a 14th straight quarter.
Near 2-month low after Chinese lending, output and spending data indicate deepening economic malaise with broadest measure falling to 2009 levels.
Index gained 9% from April to June, outperforming the S&P/TSX Composite index, which gained 6%, and the London Metal Exchange index, which gained 7% in the same period.
Shares four junior names he thinks could profit, and one truly contrarian name for those expecting the worst.
Currently Vale supplies 12% to 14% of China’s consumption of the steel-making ingredient.
WTO ruling an afterthought as Beijing approves sweeping changes to its rare earth industry and fast-tracks state stockpiling.
It's just not happening; thanks to support from China's local governments says new report.
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