Large scale futures speculators and PGM investors in physically-backed exchange traded funds are taking wildly different views of the outlook for the metals.
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South Africa's state pension fund is pushing Anglo to spin off all its assets in the country, including the miner's coveted platinum mines.
None of the foreign-owned platinum miners operating in the world's number three producer of the precious metal is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
PGM prices plunge after data show country's mines responsible for 70% of global production are humming and local currency revenues are hitting records.
The mission's goal is to map a target asteroid, looking for deposits of water and other resources with visible and infrared cameras.
CHART: The gold price may grab headlines, but coal's rally comes as a shocker – thermal prices are up 22% in 2016 and coking coal's back in triple digits.
Platinum now outperforming gold price in 2016 and palladium price soars 21% in just one month.
Vedanta Resources’ chairman Anil Agarwal allegedly approached Anglo in several opportunities earlier this year to discuss potential tie-ups.
The miner said its turnaround plan was “on track” as it slashed debt and beat earnings forecasts in the first half of the year.
Shares plunged after miner revealed that output fell almost across the board in the April – June period.
In what seems like an annual event, platinum companies in South Africa are bracing for what could be another year of labour unrest.
Gold's nearly $100 jump early on and copper's 4.5% meltdown split mining investors' Brexit fortunes.
Combined these mining and metal giants are worth $700 billion with operations in every corner of the world.
New report shows China extracted nearly one fifth of its gold reserves last year – the global gold production to reserve ratio is only 3.8%.
A lithium miner joins top ranks of listed mining firms for the first time as the price of the battery ingredient skyrockets.
First time a country partners with privates to boost the development of the industry.
For private capital mining and metals is the riskiest natural resources sector – but only energy beats the returns.
Capital spending by the world's largest miners since 2010 amounted to $632 billion – 32% of which has now been written off says new report.
An official endorsement of such mission would pave the way for several other for-profit space ventures currently in the works.
Improving agriculture with crop-specific satellite images.
Funds will be used to deploy and operate the firm's Earth observation program, known as Ceres.
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%.
It’s home to just a half-million people, but the country is not thinking small when it comes to the future of mining.
Confidence returns to mining sector as announced capital outlays surge to $108 billion – greenfield project spending up three-fold in first quarter.
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