Monday mayhem as metals rally evaporates and mining's top names are dumped – Anglo's losses since a week ago now 28%, Freeport has plunged 25%.
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Confidence returns to mining sector as announced capital outlays surge to $108 billion – greenfield project spending up three-fold in first quarter.
Full voting results will be released on Friday.
Deltion Innovations aims to design a drill that would prospect for water, ice and resources on the moon and beyond.
March survey by McKinsey sees China trumping geopolitical instability, leadership change, terrorism, refugees and euro break-up as risks to global economy.
New report predicts mining's majors will increasingly move away from diversification strategies to concentrate on competitiveness in certain core sectors.
Fresh research shows a new role for bacteria in cycling platinum group metals in soils and sediments, offering a better understanding of how to search for them.
Mining supply returns to pre-strike level but recycling falls.
The miner is completely exiting coal and selling several assets, to focus only on copper, diamonds and platinum.
The move comes only three months after U.S. President Barack Obama signed a space exploitation law.
FTSE 100 reweighting to take place in March.
The gold miner is expanding its portfolio to platinum, coal and uranium, as it also mulls an incursion in the base metals sector.
The company is said to be wanting to offload its Barro Alto nickel mine and the vast Minas-Rio iron ore complex.
The besieged miner plans to lower costs at its iron ore mines after boosting total annual output for the steelmaking ingredient.
Embattled miners have cut jobs in the face of plunging commodity prices, putting pressure on the South African government
Silver attracts buyers, gold price lifted out of historic net short positioning as large futures speculators cut overall bearish bets on commodities by 74%.
Miners suffering fresh sell-off as oil price falls and the IMF lowers growth forecast for China, rattling investors.
Once a figment of science fiction films, the sometimes risky notion of mining in space may soon become a reality if asteroid miners have their way.
Platinum hits record discount against gold price and palladium already down 16% in 2016, despite record setting global auto sales.
The miner has finally completed the sale of assets from its Tarmac joint venture to a subsidiary of French engineering and construction group Bouygues.
12 straight months of losses see 129,000 positions eliminated, the deepest jobs cuts in 29 years and the third worst annual decline since 1939.
What Planetary Resources' 3D-printed model so impressive is the fact that it’s made entirely out of metal that’s not from Earth.
Fresh selloff brings year loss to 80%. Outside metal prices rebounding (aka divine intervention) and barring extending a begging bowl, what will save Anglo?
No 3: "The return of inflation could revive demand for hedges including commodities, with gold in particular likely to benefit."