China seeks to strengthen pricing ability on rare earth market
Rare Earth Mining News
Shares of rare earth miner Molycorp were falling Thursday morning as the company’s president and chief executive, Mark Smith, left without explanation and the company revealed it was under investigation from the United States SEC.
As the year comes to a close and we prepare to extend our coverage further, we are revisiting our most popular expert interviews from 2012.
Won't be allowed to treat waste in Malaysia. Shares suspended.
Resource nationalism is one of the main causes of the current commodity prices instability and it is threatening global security, warns London-based Chatham House in its latest report.
The government of Afghanistan announced Friday its preferred bidders for three of its four current mineral tenders, with a consortium backed by City of London banker Ian Hannam, former BHP Billiton CEO Chip Goodyear and Poland’s multibillionaire Jan Kulczyk, emerging as the biggest winner.
Chinese enterprises are turning to "urban mining" to satisfy the country's voracious appetite for metals
After months of polemic and legal battles, Australian rare earths miner Lynas (ASX:LYC) has finally begun production at its Malaysian processing plant following a recent court triumph.
The rise of mining costs will have a more dramatic impact on the 2013 industry results than in the last couple of years, revealed Thursday global ranking agency Fitch Ratings.
Yet investor hopes remain undiminished
Shares in Australia’s Lynas Corp soared as much as 12% Friday after the company said its first shipment of rare earth concentrates arrived in Malaysia, indicating an imminent start of operations at its controversial processing plant.
Traders follow company execs and pile into the rare earth miner sending the stock up 19%
Nothing, not even a month-long halt in production, has stopped REE prices from falling.
Switched reluctance motors to make their debut on electric bicycles
Japan turns to Kazakhstan for rare earth supplies
Northcore Resources Inc. wishes to announce, effective immediately, the resignation of Jean-François Perrault, President & CEO and Maurice Giroux, Director and subject to regulatory approval, the nomination of Terry Byberg and Daniel Coch, P. Eng., as Directors of the Company.
Oil, gas and mining companies' request to have transparency rules put on hold under 2010 financial reform act has been rejected.
Toyota has announced it will invest USD 150 million in mining company Oro Cobre's lithium mining project located in Salar de Olaroz, Jujuy, Argentina.
Lynas Corp. plans to raise up to AUD 200 million (USD 208 million) in order to help fund the start-up of operations at its LAMP site in Malaysia.
Rare earth producer is down more than 13% after SEC launches formal investigation into the accuracy of the company's public disclosures.
Peak Resources Limited the developer of a potentially low cost, long term rare earth project in Tanzania, announced additional new drill results from its 100%-owned Ngualla Rare Earth Project in Tanzania.
Rare earth producer Molycorp reported a Q3 loss on Thursday, but investors liked top line growth that jumped 49% to $205.6 million.
Australia's Lynas Corp (ASX:LYC) won Thursday the latest of a series of long-dragged legal battles against activists, which took the company to court for allegedly causing major health and environmental damages to the Malaysian population.
Molycorp Inc. (NYSE:MCP), one of the only non-Chinese producers of rare earths, has sued the engineering company responsible for designing the chemical processes at its troubled Project Phoenix for over $45 million in damages.
Matamec Explorations Inc. today announced that it has received a second payment of CAD 1,119,776 (USD 1,120,778) from its Japanese partner Toyotsu Rare Earth Canada Inc. (TRECan), a subsidiary of Toyota Tsusho Corp. (TTC).