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If you present it, they will come

If the noisy applause was anything to by, MMC Norilsk Nickel's well-attended investor day in London this...

Asia

23 MAY 2014

View from the West End: Reality disconnect

“How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn't make it...

Europe/Middle East

22 MAY 2014

Miner's right: Party time

If you are in any doubt that a revival is underway in the world's mining industry, consider the remarkable...

Europe/Middle East

22 MAY 2014

Copper bulls set alarm for 2016

The Copper Bulls versus Bears event early this month was not so much a debate as a discussion, with a...

Europe/Middle East

21 MAY 2014

End of Mongolia

The recent mood swing in Mongolia toward more inviting economic policy has forced the investment community...

Asia

16 MAY 2014

Uncovering mining

Mining is the most secretive sector in the FTSE 100 index, according to a report from Christian Aid titled...

Europe/Middle East

16 MAY 2014

New role for Rhodes

Rachel Rhodes, the former London Mining plc chief financial officer, has been appointed to the Anglo...

Europe/Middle East

16 MAY 2014

Signs of improvement on aluminium market

UC Rusal's chief executive Oleg Deripaska said the company was seeing “positive trends”� from the aluminium...

Asia

16 MAY 2014

Another twist in the tale

Asia Resource Minerals plc (ARM) (formerly Bumi plc) shareholders were just about ready to come out from...

Asia

16 MAY 2014

View from the West End: Dirty rotten scoundrels

“In the corrupted currents of this world, offence's gilded hand may shove by justice.”� – Shakespeare,...

Europe/Middle East

16 MAY 2014

De-leveraging

London Mining plc's AIM-listed shares have fallen by almost 60% in the past six months, as its exposure...

Africa

13 MAY 2014

Auto-skills coming to the fore

  With the growing trend for automated mines and 3D virtual training platforms for heavy machinery...

Europe/Middle East

12 MAY 2014