Glencore chief Ivan Glasenberg has once again hit out at miners for not understanding supply and demand.
An insight into the GFMS’s latest world silver survey, and some predictions for the metal’s future movement.
The price of iron ore has moved past $US60 a tonne for the first time in eight weeks.
The price of iron ore has gained three per cent since two of the world’s biggest miners announced plans to slow-down production.
Transport contractor McAleese has warned of a massive earnings drop due to the impact of its altered contract with Atlas Iron.
Aurizon’s vice president Scott Riedel says new enterprise agreements set to come into effect from May 18 would be free of the “iconic flaws” of the expired contracts.
Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh says commodity markets must remain open as debate continues to rage over his company’s iron ore strategy.
St Barbara has sold its embattled Gold Ridge project in the Solomon Islands to local landowners.
In this edition of On The Bench Editor Cole Latimer and Journalist Ben Hagemann tackle the contentious issue of taxation in the mining industry, asking the question: are the major miners paying their fair share?
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said FMG chairman Andrew Forrest does not have a case to answer after comments he made about capping iron ore production.
An examination of mining role as part of Tony Abbott’s “Five Pillar Economy” plan.
Iron ore’s winning streak has come to an abrupt halt with the commodity plunging 4 per cent.
Now the market appears to have reached its trough, how will the M&A market react?
Fortescue Metals Group have launched back into the bonds market, continuing with debt repayment strategies.
Japanese banks have been investing heavily in LNG projects, lending more than $US5 billion in 2014.
Queensland gold miner BCD Resources has gone into voluntary administration according to ASX announcements this morning.
The stock market has had a boost after a small recovery in iron ore and crude oil prices.
Rio Tinto announced this morning the company has completed the buyback of $560 million worth of shares, an increase on $500 million announced in February.
Deutsche Bank has cut the valuation of BHP Billiton’s spin-off company South32 by $US2 billion.
Oil prices have had the largest jump in months as US crude oil production reaches a peak.