Ukraine Mining News

Australia to feed Ukraine nuclear power plants

The deal will see Canberra supplying the necessary uranium to feed the European country’s nuclear power plants.

Ukraine could run out of coal this winter

Ukraine is facing a potential shortage of coal supplies just as it finds itself in the icy grip of winter.

Markets climb as world faces crisis

On August 28th while the geographical area formerly known as Iraq descended further into chaos, President Obama announced to the world "We don't have a strategy, yet."

Despite growing risks it's still Janet Yellen's market

The current stock market is earning a deserved reputation as being coated in Teflon. Bad or disappointing news just doesn't appear to stick, and has done nothing to slow the market's upward trajectory.

Gold up on Ukraine tensions, but gains pared

U.S. data showed stronger-than-expected Q2 growth.

Ukraine's next crisis? Economic disaster

Conflict forcing coal mines to cut output, close.

Who needs Russia? Ukraine will destroy itself with new gas tax

Tax promises to cripple new energy sector investment.

Gold price rallies on Iraq, Ukraine

Near one-month high on chaos in Iraq, threats of Russian invasion of Ukraine and a sharp pullback in equities.

Gold flat amid conflicting developments

Host of competing factors trap precious metal.

Gold rises on Ukraine, Gaza tensions

Emerging markets may give support going forward.

Gold spikes as airliner shot down in Ukraine

Event increases global tensions and demand for safe-haven metal.

Gold set for 2nd quarterly gain amid global tensions

U.S. data, ECB meeting also in spotlight.

Russia cuts gas supply to Ukraine as talks fail

After months of debate the outcome is that supplies have been “reduced to zero.” The news failed to lift demand for coal.

Is Western Europe going to rethink nuclear after Ukrainian crisis?

At the end of 2013, I was very bullish on uranium as I believed the end of the 20 year Russian Nuclear Agreement would spark a rally as utilities would have to buy in the spot market.

Pro-Russia rebels seize coal mines in Ukraine, demand explosives

Separatists seized Thursday four Ukrainian coal mines in the east of the conflict-torn country.

Geopolitical tensions particularly in Ukraine continue to dominate the gold market

Despite a mainly negative sentiment towards gold from investors as evidenced in the continued liquidation in gold-backed exchange-traded funds amid signs of an improving U.S. economy, the crisis in Ukraine has prompted in recent safe-haven buying which helped boost the price of gold to three-week highs above $1,300 an ounce.

Commodities Moving Down into the Midyear Correction

So far my 2014 expectations are playing out pretty much as planned, with a few adjustments. With the threat of war in the Ukraine I think the final bubble phase in stocks is now off the table.

Ukraine crisis fuels Europe demands for coal, prices jump

Coal prices climbed to the highest level since January Monday as European nation set to replace gas for coal in power plants.

Gold price retakes $1,300 on Ukraine tensions

Gold jumps second day in a row as Ukraine war of words and action on the ground intensifies.

Ukraine escalation lifts gold price to 3-week high

Safe-haven buying sparked after Ukraine calls for UN Peacekeepers and chances of "gas war" increases.

Russia invaded Crimea and these US Energy companies made a killing

Don't put all your investments in one stock, warns S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali.

Gold fear trade returns on Ukraine escalation

Retakes $1,300 an ounce after Russia says Ukraine headed for a civil war.

Hedge yourself against geopolitical tensions and expansionary monetary policies of central banks with gold

It has been slightly more than two weeks since the price of gold soared to over $1380 an ounce on due to tensions between the US, Europe and Russia over Crimea. As to be expected the event did not escalate into a major global war and so much of the safe haven buying has dissipated for now.

The most profitable gas in the world

There is only one certainty in Ukraine: The energy sector must and will be transformed, and how long this takes will depend on who ends up in the driver's seat and how serious they are about becoming a part of Europe and reducing dependence on Russia.

Crimean artifacts caught up in Ukraine-Russia dispute

A Crimean museum's ancient gold collection in limbo after Russia annexation of the Ukrainian territory.