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MMG CEO Andrew Michelmore is very bullish on zinc, in part resulting from the impending closure of his company’s Century mine next year with nothing of comparable size to replace it.
The recent London platinum and palladium benchmark pricing decision brings changes in the gold fixing ever closer.
The massive Australian mine will stop producing metal next year as scheduled.
Boliden’s Garpenberg base and precious metals mine is to establish a new haulage operation based on dedicated mine trucks.
Rio Tinto has given Sam Walsh an open-ended extension to his job contract after rival Glencore expressed interest in a merger.
Platinum has long been the miner's Achilles' heel and output was battered by a crippling strike this year.
Nyrstar smelters processed 821,000 tonnes of zinc metal in the first nine months of the year.
Codelco needs to invest roughly $30 billion to upgrade its copper mines and counter falling output.
The new silver price benchmarking system was rolled out on August 15 alongside Thomson Reuters.
Global exploration for nonferrous metals has fallen sharply again this year – by 25%, according to data collected by SNL.
China’s 2014 Gold yearbook states that Chinese gold demand last year came to 2,199 tonnes of which imports were 1,524 tonnes.
Frank Timis is looking to buy London Mining's iron ore mine in Sierra Leone through his private company.
Analysts at Societe Generale and GFMS are predicting net hedging for the year of 40 tonnes, the most since 1999.
Nord Gold has again seen increased Y-on-Y gold output from its operations in the FSU and West Africa.
Group production increased by 9% with record production for 8 operations and 4 commodities in the September 2014 quarter.
The first opinion poll regarding the Swiss gold referendum suggests the ‘Yes’ campaign has started in the lead.
Macedonia’s Ilovitza, the first mining greenfield project in the Balkans in 20 years, could become a producing mine by 2018.
A source close to the matter say the investment bank has bought Deutsche Bank's uranium book.
Latest figures from Russia show that the country’s central bank purchased another 37.33 tonnes of gold in September.
The gold price has been falling but physical gold demand appears, counter-intuitively, to have been rising dramatically over the same period.
In an update on progress at Kibali, Randgold CEO Mark Bristow again warns politicians not to rock the boat.
Smelters are experiencing a bottleneck of the raw material, says a member of the Aurubis executive board.
In an interim report issued in May, a government panel had recommended a flat 42% percent tax rate.
The LBMA and the banks currently running the gold fix will announce their choice for a new operator in November.
Sierra Leone’s Finance Minister has flown into the UK to join talks on trying to secure a future for London Mining’s Marampa iron ore mine.
The ICSG says industrial bellwether copper will be in deficit for the fifth successive year, yet prices are lowest for four years.
Singaporean university develops what could be a huge game-changer in battery technology.
Logistical problems could delay initial gold production from Aureus’ New Liberty - West Africa’s newest developing gold mine.
Just three weeks ago, the LBMA named Citigroup as a spot market-making member.
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