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COVID-19 weekly update

COVID-19 weekly update

A look at what's happened around the world this week in mining and METS.

Politics

27 MARCH 2020
Trident seizes moment as 'one stop shop' royalty player

Trident seizes moment as 'one stop shop' royalty player

Trident looking to hoover up more royalties in the coming months.

M&A

27 MARCH 2020
Blessed are the (Australian) miners

Blessed are the (Australian) miners

If you have to be in the mining game, Australia is the place you would want to be, says Barry Fitz

Bulks

27 MARCH 2020
Brazil suspends mining procedures

Brazil suspends mining procedures

Brazil's ANM suspends some procedures through April

Leadership

26 MARCH 2020
Quebec, Ontario miners respond to non-essential business bans

Quebec, Ontario miners respond to non-essential business bans

Canadian provinces' Covid-19 responses vary with some more restrictive than others

Leadership

25 MARCH 2020
South Africa gifts Australian miners advantage

South Africa gifts Australian miners advantage

South Africa own-goal provides boost to Australian miners

Politics

25 MARCH 2020
Iron ore prices could fall to US$50/t, says Wood Mackenzie

Iron ore prices could fall to US$50/t, says Wood Mackenzie

Iron ore prices will slump if the market moves into acute oversupply

Bulks

24 MARCH 2020
Warning: Iron ore price 'unusually stable'

Warning: Iron ore price 'unusually stable'

Immediate future anything but certain for steel-making material

Bulks

24 MARCH 2020
Vale now suspending Malaysia port

Vale now suspending Malaysia port

Temporary halt starts today

Bulks

24 MARCH 2020
Signs of an oversold market

Signs of an oversold market

US dollar strength and China's demand dominance could mean sharp recovery for miners

Miner's right

23 MARCH 2020
Vale keeps Malaysia port open

Vale keeps Malaysia port open

Set to supply COVID-19 tests and masks in Brazil

Bulks

23 MARCH 2020
Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Being essential and already bumping along the bottom is not the worst place to be right now