Study shows the bank offered $3.4bn in loans, grants, guarantees, risk management and equity for fossil fuel-related projects for the 2013-14 financial year.
A long-discussed 50/50 joint venture with Centerra doesn't seem to be in Kyrgyzstan's plans any longer.
The miner defended his decision to boost production, which has led to sinking prices and threatens to put some competitors out of business.
About 4,000 people protested Thursday in Athens against the government decision to revoke Canada's Eldorado Gold Corp.'s licence to develop a gold mine in Skouries.
New study shows Greek bond yields as proxy for euro-zone break-up risk is more reliable than the strength of the US dollar in predicting the gold price.
Globally, water demand is threatening to dangerously outpace supply, while in the US, dry states such as Texas and California are suffering from shortages and the future forebodes more suffering.
This $54,000 Cipollini bike features 40 grams of 18-carat gold, 122 grams of platinum, and 17 carats of black and white diamonds.
If labour costs are high, use robots.
The lawmakers voted 22 to 16 to strengthen a draft law requiring importers, smelters and refiners to certify their goods are conflict-free.
Today Andrew’s talking about the ebbs and flows of his MRG business. He tells me President and CEO searches are not where he’s making his money these days, it’s the operations roles.
The gang members, dressed in fluorescent vests and hard hats, calmly carried bags and wheeled garbage bins into a high-security storage facility in London's diamond district.
Davis is said to be finalizing talks with a Toronto-listed miner, in a deal that could kick-off a long awaited buying spree.
New report shows In 2014 volume of gold traded in London, Shanghai, New York and around the globe was 3 times more than all the gold mined in human history.
Lydian International stock up after saying changes to Armenian legislation could save it $100 million in operating costs at its 2.1moz Amulsar project.
With a focus on Europe, this infographic sums up the major changes occurring in energy markets in oil, renewables, sanctions, and more.
Mining transactions almost doubled last year and the trend is likely to stretch over 2015, as lower commodity prices are making some unprofitable.
This wouldn’t be the first time Hockey hinders a major corporate deal in Australia.
Mostly due to a lower estimate from Anglo American's projects and the Zaldivar mine, which is operated by Barrick.
Despite the overall pessimism, mining CEOs remain just as confident on their own company’s growth as they were in previous years.
The gold industry’s leading trade body and half a dozen banks have agreed to explore the idea of establishing an exchange in London as the existing market faces greater regulation.
The country’s uranium deposits have doubled in the last 15 years to more than 350 across the nation.
The news comes on the heels of a report showing that less than half of existing copper projects are really needed to meet current demand.
New report identifies 231 existing copper projects with potential output of nearly 13m tonnes which will more than make up for long-term mine depletion.
3.6% plunge to just above $50 a tonne on Tuesday brings year to date losses to 28%.
The SEC said a rule requiring energy and mining companies to disclose payments to governments for the extraction of natural resources won't come until —at least— spring 2016.
While it did not release price terms, it is believed the group will be selling its crop nutrient for US$315 per a tonne,
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