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State-owned Gecamines plans to boost copper output 46% this year while still seeking funding for new projects.
Clyde Russell thinks its decision to start cancelling investment treaties with 62 countries may have a greater impact than the recent mineral ore export ban.
The mini-futures for the three base metals will be based on settlement prices of the futures on the London Metal Exchange.
Third-quarter output rose 15% to 743,424 carats, driven by a 34% jump in production at its Finsch mine in South Africa.
London-listed Anglo Asian raised production at its Gedabek mine to 11,312 gold ounces in the January-March 2014 period.
Polymetal has no plans to change its corporate structure despite Russia’s calls for foreign-listed firms to return home.
Thirteen people were killed in a coal mine explosion in Qujing yesterday, the second deadly colliery accident in the city this month.
New legislation is set to come that would if passed, among others things, end Mongolia's exploration ban.
Though setting conditions, an 18 month iron ore mining ban comes to an end for Goa state in India.
As the US and European economies are perceived to be improving, hedge funds become less bullish on gold.
Niger's Mines Minister says a deal - long overdue - with Areva over uranium mining is imminent.
Sources familiar with the matter say China increases gold purchases through Beijing.
Anglo American Platinum and Impala Platinum - the world's two largest platinum miners have slightly raised their wage offers to try and bring 11 week platinum mine strike to an end.
Guinea's government has approved a report recommending that BSGR and its JV partner Vale be stripped of two iron ore concessions.
At least six people were killed when a small gold mine mineral-rich Siguiri province caved in on them, a local official said on Wednesday.
Gold held above $1,300 as investors weighed signs of an improving US economy against tension in Ukraine.
Nickel has advanced 30% this year, the best performer among the six main metals traded on the London Metal Exchange.
Iron ore entered a bear market last month as economic growth in China slowed and mining companies in Australia boosted output.
For two decades, China has been trying to reduce its reliance on iron ore supplied by top producers Vale, Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton without much success.
A massive dump of gold futures contracts immediately ahead of U.S. market opening is seen as responsible for much of yesterday’s gold price plunge.
Fresnillo’s production continued to be hit by a ban on the use of explosives at one of its Mexican mines due to a land dispute.
All parties in the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia have agreed to seek a funding extension for the underground expansion amid talks with the government.
For Saracen Mineral Holdings, the Golden Orb weaving spiders at its Thunderbox mines in Australia are the first challenge before production can resume next year.
Gold ended a 12-year bull run in 2013 on expectations that the US Federal Reserve would cut stimulus as the largest economy recovered.
Vale gets $2.8 billion in funding from Brazil’s state development bank for expansions at the massive Carajas iron ore complex.
The company’s board approved the Koksay acquisition in February when it also unveiled its plan to sell off less-profitable mines.
South Africa's AMCU has asked the state and the public for funds to help striking members in the platinum sector, who have gone nearly 3 months without pay.
Australian private company QCG Resources has agreed to buy the long-idle Avebury nickel mine in Tasmania from MMG Ltd for A$40 million.
The Business Day newspaper quoted CEO Neal Froneman as saying he would be disappointed if a deal is not concluded by the end of this year.
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