Fortescue has reported US$985 million in profit in its latest end of year results, a 212 per cent increase year on year.
An insight into how metals have performed the year to date, and how they move in the year ahead from Pallion Group and ABC Bullion general manager Nicholas Frappell.
BHP has recorded a loss of US$6.235 billion year on year, a 434 per cent decline from its position last year.
Evolution has agreed to sell the Pajingo gold mine to Chinese company Minjar Gold for $52 million.
This year’s iron ore rally is expected to continue due to the weakening US dollar and supported by Chinese growth, Prestige Economics president Jason Schenker says.
The ninth of a ten part series examining the trends that will define mining in 2016.
Gold has been the rock star of this year’s Diggers & Dealers, Evolution Mining’s Jake Klein has said, but nickel and lithium are the surprise winners of 2016.
Rio Tinto has announced it will invest $338 million to complete development of its existing Silvergrass iron ore mine.
Growing electric vehicle battery demand coupled with the Philippines cracking down on mining spells a boon for the nickel industry, Independence Group has said at Diggers & Dealers.
The eighth of a ten part series examining the trends that will drive the mining industry in 2016.
A new mining code has been launched by the World Initiative of Mining Lawyers (WIOML) to aid countries in both attracting investment and securing benefits for their own economies.
Anglo American has reportedly rejected a merger offer from Vedanta Resources, despite CEO Mark Cutifani’s fears the worst is yet to come.
New research indicates the small to medium enterprises which survived the pivot away from resources shared four qualities, irrespective of which sector they operated in.
The seventh of a ten part series examining the trends that will drive the mining industry in 2016.
A new ABN AMRO study states gold will rise in price under a potential Trump presidency.
Wood Mac’s Robin Griffin outlines how steel makers and miners must prepare for a transformed met coal market; one that is volatile, liquid and heavily consolidated.
The sixth of a ten part series examining the trends that will drive the mining industry in 2016.
BHP has recorded a drop in first half production levels across the board.
Rio Tinto has seen production increases across the board, seeing a leap in all segments bar coking coal.
Sandvik has announced it will divest its Mining Systems division to private equity firm CoBe Capital.