Iron ore shipments to China from Australia's Port Hedland terminal rose 5.3 percent in September.
China Mining News
Steel mills have restocking demand after holiday break - analysts.
Chinese aluminium exports are expected to surge in coming months and next year after Beijing boosted tax rebates as part of a package to soften the impact of a trade war with the United States.
The IPCC report highlights that coal now has its back very much against the wall, but equally that the real power for change lies in Beijing.
This week, it seems everybody has something in common: they’re all copper bulls.
Get ready, gold bulls: The precious metal could be close to finding a bottom.
The country's antitrust court has approved a deal between the competition regulator and Tianqi, allowing the Chinese miner to buy a nearly one-quarter stake in lithium producer SQM .
The weak pricing comes at a time when an oversupply of lithium has pushed down prices even as demand for the metal is expected to increase.
BHP has analysed the impact of China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a network of overseas construction projects, on commodity demand.
Across the main auto markets, growth in electric vehicles is booming.
This winter, regulators are replacing hard caps on coal use and steel production with less strict targets.
The company said the investment would enable it to sustain production of its Pilbara Blend brand of iron ore and its Robe Valley lump and fines products.
This is the largest new LNG project of its kind in years.
Coal currently feeds about 27% of the world’s energy demand.
Several global metals producers have also set their sights on Indonesia's nickel reserves, looking to tap an expected surge in demand for the battery metal.
Physical demand saw an uptick in the world's biggest gold consumer, China, after prices fell to six-week lows this week.
Talks between the miner and China National Nuclear Corporation were confirmed by the country's energy minister.
As the world's top buyer of the steelmaking raw material looks to offer more hedging tools to iron ore producers and steelmakers.
Northern China’s key industrial hub will adopt a more flexible program for its anti-pollution output curbs this winter.
The rare earths trade between the world’s top two economies is largely one-way, with America reliant on China for about 80 percent of its supply.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett encouraged President Donald Trump’s administration to resolve trade disputes quickly or it could do “more damage” to his company.
Gold is stuck in no man’s land as the market counts down to the Federal Reserve’s policy outlook.
This deal would help entrench China's position as a serious competitor in global steel markets.
China's top copper smelters have set their floor treatment and refining charges (TC/RCs) for the fourth quarter at $90 per tonne and 9 cents per pound.
Belgian zinc producer Nyrstar issued a profit warning last week, citing "adverse market conditions".