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Put down the ‘for sale’ sign

The announcement of a potential sale of a company normally whips up quite a buzz
Magazine Article Finance 10 Jan 2014 0 Stars

This Week: 10/1/14

A round up of this week in Finance news, Production news and statistics
Headline Article Reports 10 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Minor Metals: A happier New Year for antimony

Several metals were seeing increased demand with prices strengthening as a result
Reports Article Reports 10 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Alcoa disappoints

Kicking off the US results season in pretty negative fashion, integrated aluminium producer Alcoa recorded US$2.3 billion of impairments, US$1.7 billion of which came from legacy acquisitions it made in 1998 and 2000 – namely, Alumax Inc and Reynolds Metals Co.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 10 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Goldcorp breaks record

Canada’s Goldcorp Inc has announced annual gold production of 2.67Moz in 2013, meeting guidance and beating the previous year’s figure by 11%.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 09 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Still Life: Wind innovation

The Diavik diamond mine is the site of the world’s most northern large-scale wind-diesel hybrid power facility.
Magazine Article Americas 06 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Further coking coal price drop to be short lived

Coking coal producers had to agree to another drop in prices for low grade shipments in the March quarter, but there was some positive news on the horizon with a leading investment bank forecasting a slight uptick as the year progresses.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 06 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Building in some New Year optimism

The festive period brings with it a chance to (hopefully) close your laptop lid, turn off your Blackberry and IPhone email alerts and spend some time with the family.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 02 Jan 2014 0 Stars

RJC launches code of practices

The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) has launched its new code of practices, highlighting the need for responsible supply chains.
Magazine Article EMEA 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Taking responsibility

A load of rubbish. That’s what most Colombians were thinking when they heard that Bogotá’s left-wing mayor Gustavo Petro had been ousted from office over the alleged mismanagement of the capital’s rubbish collection service.
Comment Article Opinion 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Beyond renewable energy

A recent report found important new cleantech innovations emerging
Reports Article Americas 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Dates for your diary

Dates for your diary
Reports Article Reports 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Alaska funding

Anglo American plc has announced plans to invest US$6 million in community projects in Alaska following its recent decision to pull out of the country’s Pebble gold and copper project.
Magazine Article Americas 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Alternative energy: The renewable revolution

There is a strong business and environmental case for renewable energy technologies.
Reports Article EMEA 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Socio-economic development: Local sourcing

Mining companies must get better at buying what is made locally, not just what is sold locally
Reports Article Americas 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Mining and development: Value creation

Stakeholders must cooperate with miners to deliver tangible socio-economic outcomes
Reports Article EMEA 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Greenland calls time on ‘zero-tolerance’ uranium ban

Greenland’s parliament called an end to its ‘zero-tolerance’ ban on the mining of uranium and other radioactive materials
Headline Article EMEA 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

The trouble with aspirational targets

After thirty years of involvement in commodity and currency markets I have come to the view that the best way to try and make sense of exchange rates is to consider the exchange rate of any particular nation as the closest thing you will get to its share price
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 23 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Russo's Rules: The trouble with aspirational targets

After thirty years of involvement in commodity and currency markets I have come to the view that the best way to try and make sense of exchange rates is to consider the exchange rate of any particular nation as the closest thing you will get to its share price
Comment Article Opinion 20 Dec 2013 0 Stars

Brassed off

Anyone expecting even a modest upswing in base metals prices in 2014 should think again because in all likelihood, the average prices of aluminium, copper, zinc and nickel will be lower than in 2013.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 20 Dec 2013 0 Stars
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COMPANY PROFILES
Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.
Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014
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