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Anglo scraps 2008 dividend, shares tumble

Mining group Anglo American plc scrapped its 2008 final dividend on Friday to conserve cash and said

Africa

20 FEB 2009

Brazil Vale posts jump in profit, despite slowdown

Brazilian mining giant Vale said on Thursday its net profit more than doubled in the fourth quarter as

BHPB URANIUM CHIEF TO LEAVE

BHP Billiton said the head of its Olympic Dam uranium mine, Graeme Hunt, will resign. Mr Hunt has worked

Africa

20 FEB 2009

Mongolia receives Tavan Tolgoi bids

A TRIO of Russian billionaires have made a bid for a 49% stake in the large Tavan Tolgoi coking-coal

Africa

20 FEB 2009
Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California
Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California
Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California

Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California

Once a producing Zinc mine, the Blue Moon project offers exploration upside for a critical resource

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blue moon metals

Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off
Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off
Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off

Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off

Fuelling a low-carbon future

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global atomic

Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana
Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana
Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana

Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana's battery

Company ready to take advantage of growing EV market and a stable mining code

Commodity matters

There was a clear accord between mood and commodity at the recent Mining Indaba in Cape Town. The metals

Africa

20 FEB 2009

Australian unions want China mine deals watched

Australian unions want Chinese investments in the country's mining industry to be watched for signs of

Africa

19 FEB 2009

China firms, Anglo American eyeing Fortescue

Fortescue Metals Group said on Wednesday it has held talks with Anglo American plc and China's sovereign

Australia

18 FEB 2009

Chinalco to invest US$19.5 billion in Rio Tinto

Chinese state-owned aluminium group Chinalco will invest US$19.5 billion in Rio Tinto in a deal that

Africa

12 FEB 2009
Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"
Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"
Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"

Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"

Focus on high-quality lithium material puts company in strong position

Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer
Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer
Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer

Kingston finds new life in Australia as a

Rising Gold Developer in the Asia-Pacific

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kingston resources

U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance
U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance
U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance

U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance

A green resources company: Uranium and battery commodities

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u308

ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26
ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26
ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26

ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26

CEO says the mining industry was a meaningful part of climate conversations for the first time

GRD Minproc coal group

GRD Minproc has appointed Brian Kennedy as manager of its newly-established Coal Group. Mr Kennedy will

Leadership

09 FEB 2009

Rio Tinto chairman-elect quits over Chinalco deal

Rio Tinto director Jim Leng has quitand will not become chairman as had been planned after objecting

Africa

09 FEB 2009

Peter Hambro finalises Aricom offer

Russia's No. 2 gold producer Peter Hambro Mining plc moved on Friday to dispel concerns about its debt

Europe/Middle East

06 FEB 2009

BHPB results show boom times are over

BHP Billiton chief executive Marius Kloppers was bullish on the outlook for iron-ore prices – the commodity

Asia

06 FEB 2009

CMB, Fortescue Metals in ships-for-shares deal

Belgian dry shipper CMB said itwould tie up with Australia's Fortescue Metals Group,trading a new shipping

Australia

04 FEB 2009

ENRC sees gloomy 2009, shares jump on devaluation

Kazakh mining group Eurasian NaturalResources Corp plc (ENRC) reiterated a gloomy forecast for 2009 as

Africa

04 FEB 2009

Peabody profit

Coal producer Peabody Energy Corp's December quarter profit rose more than eight-fold, driven in part

Australia

30 JAN 2009

Xstrata raises cash to endure market mayhem

XSTRATA plc plans to raise £4.1 billion (US$5.9 billion) to reduce debt and has entered into an agreement

Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California
Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California
Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California

Blue Moon Targets VMS Clusters in California

Once a producing Zinc mine, the Blue Moon project offers exploration upside for a critical resource

SPONSORED

blue moon metals

Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off
Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off
Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off

Global Atomic readies Dasa for lift-off

Fuelling a low-carbon future

SPONSORED

global atomic

Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana
Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana
Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana

Giyani Metals rekindles Botswana's battery

Company ready to take advantage of growing EV market and a stable mining code

Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"
Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"
Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"

Sigma Lithium is "meeting its moment"

Focus on high-quality lithium material puts company in strong position

Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer
Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer
Kingston finds new life in Australia as a gold producer

Kingston finds new life in Australia as a

Rising Gold Developer in the Asia-Pacific

SPONSORED

kingston resources

U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance
U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance
U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance

U3O8 eyes nuclear renaissance

A green resources company: Uranium and battery commodities

SPONSORED

u308

ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26
ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26
ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26

ICMM claims recognition for mining at COP26

CEO says the mining industry was a meaningful part of climate conversations for the first time