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The ratings agency had expected prices to recovery modestly to $140 by end of 2015.
Efforts to secure an improved takeover offer from a Chinese suitor failed.
China’s apparently comfortable bauxite situation calls into question the positive outlook for the mineral ore.
The global miner expects to limit its annual capex to $14 billion after a planned demerger next year.
India appears to be opening up its local mining sector to foreign competition just as Indonesia is making it harder for exporters.
CEO Andrew Mackenzie says its strategy of high-volume production is the best way to profit in a gloomy market.
The massive Australian mine will stop producing metal next year as scheduled.
Rio Tinto has given Sam Walsh an open-ended extension to his job contract after rival Glencore expressed interest in a merger.
BHP says opponents of its expansion plans have inferior assets and are merely seeking to protect profits.
Mining remains the most male-dominated business, with men holding more than 90% of executive positions.
The role Alwyn Vorster will fill had been vacant for the past two years.
Australian miner Atlas Iron is high on analysts' lists as "collateral damage.”
The global miner has been refused a license to extend the life of its Drayton coal mine in eastern Australia.
The Premier of Western Australia, Colin Barnett, lambasts the iron ore miners for generating oversupply. He might reconsider.
Clive Palmer's attempt to stop a case brought against him by CITIC has been rejected by an Australian court.
Rio says it overstated its estimated WA iron ore resources by almost 50% in a presentation to financial analysts last week.
Ivan Glasenberg has plenty of financial reasons for Glencore to make another offer for Rio Tinto.
Fortescue will make a $500 million bond repayment on Friday and hopes to turn a profit despite a slump in iron prices.
Whitehaven Coal is looking to speed up construction of its Maules Creek project, the biggest currently under way in Australia.
Rio Tinto CEO, Sam Walsh, insists tumbling prices won’t halt the company’s plans to give money back to shareholders.
Exports from Queensland hit a record 158.5 million tonnes in the January-September period.
Making a tie-up unlikely due to a lack of synergies, says Alberto Calderon, a former BHP Billiton executive.
Source close to the matter say the commodities trader considered a stock-exchange listing in Australia.
Coal producers are pressing on with plans to open new mines, defying prices at five-year lows.
We consider the pros/cons of Glencore taking over a new - but important - entrant into the iron ore industry.
Arch-rival BHP Billiton has pledge to upstage Rio Tinto as the world's lowest cost iron ore miner.
Rio shares fell as much as 3.1 percent to A$58.20, the most since March 10.
Exports retreated to 29.77 million tonnes last month from the 32.03 million-tonne record set in August.
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