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Lithium nationalism on the rise

Lithium nationalism on the rise

Private energy-mineral development is clashing with social and environmental agendas

Miner's right

04 JAN 2022
Not enough metal? Who

Not enough metal? Who's to blame?

A belated change in investor attitude toward miners may be too little, too late

From the Capital

23 DEC 2021
Investors are noticing tin, but why?

Investors are noticing tin, but why?

A short-term squeeze foreshadows longer-term price strength

London to a brick

21 DEC 2021
Killing coal is harder than you

Killing coal is harder than you'd think

The centuries-old need for cheap, reliable fuel is undermining the world's fossil exit strategy

Miner's right

20 DEC 2021
Change in the air at Mining Journal

Change in the air at Mining Journal

Mining Journal magazine set for switch to monthly frequency in the New Year

MJ comment

16 DEC 2021
A social value scorecard for gold mining

A social value scorecard for gold mining

Columnist John Robertson provides a 10-point checklist to gauge a company's social worth

From the Capital

16 DEC 2021
The spectre haunting the mining sector

The spectre haunting the mining sector

Investors must get on board with the critical need for growth

London to a brick

14 DEC 2021
The hydrogen rush

The hydrogen rush

FMG the most high-profile miner to pile eggs into the hydrogen basket

Sustainability

13 DEC 2021
Investors doubt lead prospects

Investors doubt lead prospects

Outlook for lead may not be as positive as for some metals but it is less prone to disappointment

From the Capital

09 DEC 2021
For Robert Friedland, it was a very good year

For Robert Friedland, it was a very good year

Ivanhoe has recorded its first full-quarter of copper production in the DRC

London to a brick

07 DEC 2021
Green ali and a global aluminium shortage

Green ali and a global aluminium shortage

Aluminium could help offset weaker iron ore performance

Miner's right

06 DEC 2021
Staying relevant

Staying relevant

Gold miners face an uphill struggle to convince investors of their societal contribution

MJ comment

03 DEC 2021
Gold market backs Fed credibility

Gold market backs Fed credibility

If the Fed is on the right track, the gold price can stay within the recent range

From the Capital

02 DEC 2021
The global anti-mining backlash

The global anti-mining backlash

Chinese companies must learn the importance of securing a social licence to operate

London to a brick

30 NOV 2021
The blame in Spain

The blame in Spain

Rejection of Berkeley's mining plan sits oddly alongside events elsewhere in the world

Miner's right

29 NOV 2021
Gold tops exploration priorities

Gold tops exploration priorities

Gold has none of the beneficial attributes of coal or oil or gas in keeping people warm or fed

From the Capital

25 NOV 2021

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