It fell around 1.3% to $1,336.01 after a report on US employment showed the country added more jobs than expected in February.
Tuesday’s apparent softening of the union position was not enough to keep negotiations open.
Engineering and project management company AMEC has began advertising for workers on what appears to be the famous mine.
They still want monthly entry wages to start at US$1,200, more than double current levels.
Companies want to bring more foreign workers as a way to lower production costs.
Space Agency in search of potential business partners as US government denies further funding.
Despite the miner returned to profitability last year, it is now facing a strike at its processing plants.
Platinum belt already paralyzed.
Labour action would halt production at the world's top three platinum producers.
Selected names will be etched on a microchip aboard the spacecraft headed to the asteroid Bennu in only two years.
Analysts say the decision to put a stop to Drummond's exports is an economical "hara-kiri" for Colombia.
Gold jump up a mere 1% to $1,239 an ounce, building on earlier gains.
Almost half (45%) of experts interviewed expect business activity to increase this year.
B.C. saw several projects expand, as well as new mines to begin construction, which drove job creation. But mining also faced opposition and labour shortage.
Mars One, a Dutch non-profit mission to build the first human settlement on Mars, said only 24 will be sent.
Canada's United Steelworkers union is asking the British Columbia Supreme Court to revoke the HD's exploration permit, alleging local authorities granted it without addressing safety concerns.
200 jobs will be cut.
Cutifani said the firm has identified three "buckets" from which it plans to extract about $3.9 billion of extra earnings.
Resource industry employment expected to grow 11% in the next five years.
Gold hit a five-month low in the wake of the jobs report, but recovered quickly climbing 4.8% to 1,230.
The world's largest potash miner by capacity, is cutting 18% of its workforce, or about 1,045 people,.
The former dump truck driver claims her co-workers subjected her to constant intimidating behaviour and bullying, leaving with serious psychological trauma.
Amplats' main union obtained permission for a legal strike two weeks ago, after exhausting mediation procedures.
Forcing miners to use new method by the set deadline could cut coal exports at least one-third.
Colombia, the fourth largest coal exporter, has estimated reserves for at least a century, but labour issues and safety concerns are jeopardizing the sector's future.
Decision was driven by a combination of environmental requirements, the age of the plants, competition from natural gas and declining electricity consumption in Tenessee.
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