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London Stockpile: Dubai is no bother, say London investors

New York's resilience to the Dubai fallout inspired confidence in London early this week. Initial fears

Europe/Middle East

04 DEC 2009

Taseko sells quarter of Gibraltar asset for C$180m

Taseko Mines Ltd has signed a letter of intent with Sojitz Corp for a 75:25 joint venture over its Gibraltar

North America

04 DEC 2009

Cashed up Zijin is favoured Tampakan development partner

China's largest gold and third-largest copper producer, Zijin Mining Group Co Ltd, has made a play for

Capital markets

04 DEC 2009

London Stockpile: Dubai default deals blow

    By Blake Wilshaw    London markets were static for most of the week, with US and Islamic

Europe/Middle East

27 NOV 2009
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project

Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys

Change of leadership at the LSE-listed firm has brought a new lease of life to the historical mine

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anglesey mining

EDC lends Codelco US$200m

Export Development Canada (EDC) has loaned Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile (Codelco) US$200

Risk returns

Just as we started to look forward to Christmas, the markets have fired a Scrooge-like shot across our

Europe/Middle East

27 NOV 2009

First Quantum to buy Kiwara for US$260m

The board of directors in Kiwara plc, and shareholders representing a total of 76% of the company's shares,

Africa

27 NOV 2009

DRC: Canada holding back funds

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has accused Canada of holding back a deal over foreign debt because

Africa

25 NOV 2009
Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns
Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns
Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns

Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder

After a record year in 2021, red-metal producer plans to double output in the next 5 years

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ero copper

First Quantum to buy Kiwara for US$260m

First Quantum Minerals Ltd has made a US$260 million bid for Kiwara plc, and has already gained the acceptance

Africa

23 NOV 2009

Road ahead

Platinum and palladium are fascinating metals, being valued both for their aesthetic and physical properties.

PGMs

20 NOV 2009

Grupo wins battle for Asarco

GRUPO Mexico SAB has won back control of bankrupt subsidiary Asarco LLC after a lengthy battle with Vedanta

North America

20 NOV 2009

Grupo Mexico wins fight to regain control of Asarco

Grupo Mexico SAB can regain control of its bankrupt US copper miner, a judge in Texas ruled in rejecting

North America

16 NOV 2009

Rough Club

Groucho Marx is famously quoted as saying “I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like

Africa

13 NOV 2009

New life for Botswana's AK6

De Beers has sold its 71% interest in the AK6 kimberlite to Lucara Diamond Corp for US$49 million, freeing

Africa

13 NOV 2009

China strengthens African bond

China has made a bold move to improve its reputation for exploiting African resources by pledging US$10

Africa

13 NOV 2009

Impaired vision

Despite the severe economic conditions of late 2008 and early 2009, few mining companies wrote down their

Europe/Middle East

06 NOV 2009
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project
Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys Mountain project

Anglesey Mining sharpens focus on the Parys

Change of leadership at the LSE-listed firm has brought a new lease of life to the historical mine

SPONSORED

anglesey mining

Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns
Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns
Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder returns

Ero Copper touts green focus and shareholder

After a record year in 2021, red-metal producer plans to double output in the next 5 years

SPONSORED

ero copper