Germany’s states are upping pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel to keep coal-fired power for as long as 30 years as the nation approaches a deadline for setting an exit date from the fossil fuel.
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The offer is priced at a 62% premium to the explorer’s share price at close on June 20, a day before it was announced.
Polymetal International plc announced today that the Board of Directors of the Company has resolved to pay an interim dividend of $ 0.17 per share.
Serbia's government said it was seeking a partner to invest at least $350 million in debt-laden RTB Bor.
Miner will include Sarine’s mapping and planning technologies into its sales platform, which applies algorithms to match rough diamond production with polished manufacturing demand on a stone by stone basis.
Metso has decided to relocate its' waste recycling business to new built factory and office facility in Denmark. Part of the relocating costs will be funded by selling the current property and estate in Horsens, Denmark. Metso has received a firm purchase offer from a local developer.
As U.S.-China trade tensions escalated mid-June, fast-money traders flipped to a short position in metals overall.
The Turkish central bank will allow gold for foreign exchange and location swap deals in order to provide physical gold transactions.
Poland's KGHM will achieve its 2018 copper production plan despite a fall in output in the first half of the year.
Wood Mackenzie predicts that, in the short term, demand for coal will fall due to its higher prices. In the longer term, the new tariffs will slow Turkish economic growth and with that, further weaken the demand for coal.
KGHM said that second quarter net profit fell to 171 million zlotys ($45 million) and missed analysts forecasts of 361 million zlotys.
First Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan argued citizens should buy gold, then he said sell.
Base metal markets tumbled on Wednesday, with most contracts falling more than 2 percent in London. Copper sank below $6,000 a metric ton and is set to close in a bear market.
The company that digs the world’s most valuable diamonds may soon become the one that also finds the biggest.
Gold may be trading at its lowest in 18 months in dollar terms but look at the precious metal in other currencies and you can see it’s still serving its role as a safe-haven asset.
Like the Soviet Union in the 1970s, China is coming to the end of a long labor-force boom and hoping that an orgy of investment will keep the old magic going while stabilizing its fraying frontiers.
Expectations of a boom in demand for electric vehicles are leading investors and battery makers to stockpile nickel and helping to fuel a spike in global prices of the metal.
Russia’s super-rich tycoons lost more than $3 billion in one day.
The Brazilian steelmaker is also seeking to close a streaming deal next week with a Canadian bank for its mining output in coming years.
Two new studies reveal where ancient Egyptians got the red metal from.
Russian President Vladimir Putin agrees that a proposal to prop up the budget by raising more revenue from metals and mining companies should be discussed, but has not made any decision.
The two companies have just signed a non-biding letter of intent.
Protectionism could limit future growth.
Pandora cuts expected revenue from 7 to 10 per cent to 4 to 7 percent.
For the International Energy Agency, having the Democratic Republic of Congo as the supplier of almost 60 per cent of the global production of cobalt is a risky business.