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The launch will come ahead of plans by the Singapore Exchange to unveil a similar product early next year.
The Canadian miner is being sued for alleged complicity in human-rights abuses at its Bisha gold mine.
China lowered its key interest rate for the first time since July 2012.
The country reduced bullion reserves by about 35% to 26.1 metric tons last month.
The country’s central bank has repatriated 20% of gold reserves from the US back into its vaults.
The collector saw off six other bidders to set a new record price-per-carat for any diamond.
Two firms have filed legal complaints against Poland over what they see as the unfair allocation of key permits.
The government has branded the 10-day long strike at the Antamina copper/zinc mine as illegal.
Plan Nord has been dealt a crippling blow by the pending closure of a major mine as iron ore prices sink.
The company, which owns a 75% stake in Tonkolili, is struggling to shore up its finances.
Prices are trading near the lowest since 2009 on concerns that slowing growth in China will hurt demand.
The nation has cut its output target for the end of the decade to a third of its earlier estimate.
A third week of gains will be the longest run since the period ended July 11.
Kumba will move some homes from the west of its Sishen mine in South Africa to a new precinct by year-end.
The London-listed miner is battling sluggish prices, falling ore grades and rising costs.
The gems and jewellery federation says sales should be curbed after reaching around 300 tonnes in 2013.
Its average return on equity in the last 12 months is almost double that of its peers.
Cliffs may close the Quebec mine as it struggles to find investment to expand the project.
The interim interdict is against union NUM, which is conducting a secondary strike at its Optimum Coal mine.
The price of nuclear and aerospace metal hafnium has surged to an all-time high.
Colombian police say the number of foreigners involved in illegal mining is on the rise.
Prices have shed around 10% this year as the global economy struggles to recover from the 2008/09 financial crisis.
Despite the gloom, junior Pilbara miners remain optimistic about long-term demand in Asia.
Freeport McMoRan closed the smelter near Miami last week after a fire broke out.
London-listed Gemfields bought Faberge in the hope that the brand would help boost demand for jewellery.
Vedanta needs a company which is controlled by black South Africans to meet the conditions of its mining permit.
The potash producer plunged the most in 15 months amid concerns it may have to permanently close a flooded mine.
Just two months after CEO Jamie Sokalsky left the company.
The world’s mining giants have wagered $120 billion that steel production in China won’t peak until as late as 2030.
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