Rare Earth Mining News

Here is how you open a safe in less than 5 seconds thanks to a rare earth magnet

Using a rare earth magnet anyone can exploit the nickel piece in a safe and get it open without any damage.

Tesla Powerwall begins to ship, what does this mean?

Tesla Energy’s Powerwall has to started to ship on a global scale with customers in Australia receiving the first of the company’s lithium-ion battery packs designed to power homes.

US scientists figure cost-effective way to extract rare earths from coal

The new mineral processing technique also makes the extraction environmentally friendly.

The sub-mine crisis of 2016

The collapse of the global resources stock market capitalization will have severe consequences.

India mulls key investment to set iron ore plants in Iran

According to official figures, Iran has now more than $10 billion of investment pledges under its belt.

Luxembourg joins race to conquer space mining

The move comes only three months after U.S. President Barack Obama signed a space exploitation law.

China gets tougher on illegal mining, exporting of rare earths

Beijing to set up tracing system to determine and certify the origin of the materials.

THEnergy review of the Energy and Mines Summit in London

More than 200 delegates from the mining, renewable energy and finance sectors attended this event.

Largo announces closing of the first tranche of recently announced private placement

Largo announces closing of the first tranche of recently announced private placement and signing of binding term sheet for new debt facilities.

Caterpillar sees no signs of mining improvement

Quoting levels "very low" and machines already sold are not being put into service by mining companies.

CHART: Stop panicking about Chinese growth

China’s slowdown is nothing new. Growth peaked in 2007 and had been on a clear downward trend since 2011.

Iran goes beyond oil — to sign $5.4bn in mining deals with Italy, France

Iran is opening $29 billion of projects to foreign investors now that sanctions have been lifted.

Rick Mills: How to profit from the demands of a growing world population

As the world prepares to house, feed and care for 9.7 billion people, Ahead of the Herd founder Rick Mills is looking for the companies that will profit from the silent tsunami of demand creeping up on resource and healthcare providers.

Russian Supreme Court denies Stans appeal

These rulings set aside the award of the International Arbitration Court at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry dated June 30, 2014 (the “MCCI Award”) through which Stans was awarded US$118,000,000 in damages.

How the iron ore rout is helping rare earth prices

The world's largest producer of cerium – the bellwether for the rare earth industry – does so as a byproduct of iron ore mining.

Renewable energy yield companies provide unbeatable returns, despite the oil crash

Even at $150 per barrel oil, renewable energy never had a chance at competing with fossil fuels!

Uranium stocks: How the Athabasca Basin is shaping up in 2016

The best way to make money as a mining investor is by owning a company that has exploration success, or being on the right side of commodity price moves.

One reason why no-one's buying bargain mines

Volatility and fair value.

Worst year for US mining jobs since 1986

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.

Private capital won't touch mining

Only 0.6% of private capital raised in 2015 for natural resource investment is for mining projects–one wind farm fund attracted more than the entire sector.

Veteran investor Rick Rule reveals a unique arbitrage opportunity

Rick praises innovative precious metals streams on base metal projects and one Canadian company that is adding value and being rewarded for it.

Why CSR makes sense for communities, companies and investors

Mining executives tell The Gold Report that the most effective corporate social responsibility programs (CSR) are orchestrated cooperatively instead of applied prescriptively.

Monster rally for mining stocks

Broad advance for mining shares as metal prices jump on China stimulus hopes – Freeport rockets 17% in massive volumes.

You're too bearish on China growth

Beijing has very ambitious 2020 growth targets. A new survey finds Chinese executives are much more confident than the rest of the world about hitting them.

What to expect for 2016: Top predictions for the mining industry

Will commodities continue to “bump along the bottom” or is a recovery coming by mid-year? The jury is out.