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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.
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.
Fresh from a court win in London, the exchange has to convince U.S. lawmakers its reforms are enough.
No one knows how much metal exists above ground or more importantly who holds it.
The miner plans to reach its target of between 62,000 and 67,000 gold ounces for the year.
If stock markets are heading for freefall, should one invest in gold and silver as a wealth protector. Perhaps not yet!
The big fall in iron ore price and the Ebola epidemic rife in Sierra Leone have in combination brought the company to its knees.
Ivan Glasenberg has plenty of financial reasons for Glencore to make another offer for Rio Tinto.
Sales during the quarter reached $603 million, up from $527 million in the previous quarter.
The new electronic pricing process will be run through bespoke platform LMEbullion.
Platinum for immediate delivery fell as much as 1.8% to $1,239.13 an ounce, the lowest since October 6.
Weir Minerals’ Enduron® SP series cone crushers deliver one of the highest production-capacity-per-feed ratios in the industry.
The mining giant, hoping to appease disgruntled investors, confirmed that it will list its planned spin-off company in London.
Investing in big new mining projects in a cyclical price downturn is how the world’s mega miners got where they are today.
The World Coal Conference this week was characterised by what seemed like a state of denial, says Clyde Russell.
Davis led Xstrata until its takeover by Glencore and is now aiming to build his new venture X2 Resources.
Swiss citizens will soon vote on an initiative that calls on the central bank to hold at least 20% its assets in gold.
GATA's Powell: '99.9% of gold and silver mining companies and their execs are brain-dead'.
EMED and Trafigura have long been at loggerheads over the restart of the Rio Tinto copper mine near Seville, Spain.
London Mining is running out of funds and may default on a $200 million loan provided by four banks, says Morgan Stanley.
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