Polyus Gold’s largest shareholder has launched a widely anticipated offer to take the UK-listed miner private, but has drawn criticism from its independent board committee for the “disappointing” level of its bid.
Platinum price drop below $900 not good news for gold price either.
Up more than 10% since Volkswagen's emissions admission.
A Grand Canyon of supply deficit is opening up in the uranium markets, with 66 nuclear reactors under construction globally and more restarting in Japan.
FLSmidth has received an order from the Russian minerals producer Norilsk Nickel Group.
In March last year, Anna Kuranova sued the company alleging to have been fired wrongfully.
Deutsche Bank recently provided a graphical snapshot that covers the returns of a wide span of assets both YTD and since the mid-August meltdown.
The Report is to inform a wider audience about ALROSA's major contribution to three areas of sustainable development: economy, environment and social systems.
Technoinvest Alliance, one of Russia’s largest producers of rare earths is considering investing up to US$320 million in the development of Zashihinskoe field, one of Russia’s largest rare earths reserves.
As Western central banks continue their manipulation of the gold price in order to prop up flagging fiat currencies, two of the world's largest bullion hoarders are fashioning their own gold market which will function outside the dollar system.
While analysts keep trying to answer the burning question of how much gold China really has, the most recent theory indicates that it's at least 9,500 tonnes.
Radioactive uranium has been seized in Ukraine after four men were arrested, amid claims that pro-Russian rebels are attempting to build a bomb.
World's fifth largest gold miner reports decline in production, $83m net loss and a rise in costs but $1 billion in cash will please investors.
The company has officially shifted operations at its flagship Udachnaya mine from open-pit to underground mining.
The frozen payment corresponds to what the Kyrgyz Republic was told by an international arbitration court to give Stans for revoking its rare earth mining licenses in the country.
Today’s data visualization is the most simple breakdown of the world economy that we’ve seen.
The Russian company, hit by a sustained slowdown in the diamond market, said its rough diamond have declined by 6% in the first six months of the year.
Canadian mine takes top honours but Russia and USA dominate the rankings.
The agreement ends decades of economic sanctions against Iran, and includes reductions in centrifuges, international inspections.
Russia’s top exporter of primary stage nuclear material has completed a pilot shipment to Germany and Sweden via its northern Ust-Luga seaport.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) concluded a two-day meeting July 10 in Ufa, Russia, just two days after the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in the same city.
Data showing South African production up 88% in May from a year ago pushes platinum to levels last seen in 2008 while palladium falls to 2-and-a-half year low.
Potashcorp shares jump after making unsolicited bid for Europe's largest potash producer amid fundamental shifts in the industry.
Russia, China and the U.S. are in a battle for currency dominance and natural resource stocks have been buffeted as a result.
The world's largest potash miner is said to be mulling a merger with Uralchem, one of its main shareholders.
It saw its rough diamond prices decrease by 3% in February and a further 3% at its May trading session, but the mienr expects market conditions to improve by the end of the year.
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