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China propping up global growth: BMO

China propping up global growth: BMO

Country 'certainly giving it a good go'

Bulks

21 MAY 2020
Mining 'in a better place' than during GFC

Mining 'in a better place' than during GFC

Western bubble gives the impression mining is in worse shape than is in fact the case.

Capital markets

19 MAY 2020
Silvercorp and Guyana Goldfields agree new deal

Silvercorp and Guyana Goldfields agree new deal

Takeover target rejects Gran Colombia bid

M&A

18 MAY 2020
Don't write off car industry

Don't write off car industry

A shift away from public transport post-COVID could give the auto industry a boost.

MJ comment

15 MAY 2020
Mexico's silver halo continues to shine

Mexico's silver halo continues to shine

Geology, history and mining culture keep Mexico out front

BMO: Peru copper hit worse than Chile by COVID-19

BMO: Peru copper hit worse than Chile by COVID-19

Chile production strong through crisis

Covid-19

13 MAY 2020
Senator pushes to end US dependence on China for critical minerals

Senator pushes to end US dependence on China for critical minerals

US senator Ted Cruz introduces legislation

Politics

13 MAY 2020
Canpotex settles India, China contracts

Canpotex settles India, China contracts

Potash supply contracts settle at a higher level than Belarusian Potash Company

AgMinerals

12 MAY 2020
Dreamy miners mull conflicting signals

Dreamy miners mull conflicting signals

Investment banks BMO and Credit Suisse have provided directly conflicting views on metals prices

Miner's right

11 MAY 2020
EVs to blossom in post-COVID landscape: Gerard Reid

EVs to blossom in post-COVID landscape: Gerard Reid

Gerard Reid predicts a strong rebound for EVs once the dust settles

Research

07 MAY 2020
China bounce-back could be weaker than expected: Wood Mackenzie

China bounce-back could be weaker than expected: Wood Mackenzie

China's exports, which accounted for 17% of GDP in 2019, are being hit hard

Bulks

06 MAY 2020
Battery metal miners face car-buying drought

Battery metal miners face car-buying drought

The UK saw just 4,300 new vehicles registered in April, the lowest number seen for 74 years.