According to Barclays PLC, the plunge in gold prices has forced world’s top producers to cut fresh mine investments by nearly half.
An abandoned mine with a potential copper and gold resource worth more than $60 billion is in play after Rio Tinto Group said it’s reviewing its controlling stake in the company that owns the deposit in Papua New Guinea.
The world’s second-largest mining company, said first-quarter iron ore production rose to a record, swelling global supply.
Uranium miners in Namibia, already coping with water shortages, face a steep rise in costs.
Canada’s largest uranium producer started output from its Cigar Lake underground mine in northern Saskatchewan.
K+S AG says prices for the crop nutrient and some salts remain lower. The stock fell the most in six months.
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Brazil’s only potash producer threatened to sell its Carnalita fertilizer project if the local governments can’t settle a dispute over how the venture will be taxed.
The South African President called for an end to violent mining industry strikes and street protests, warning of inflation.
Sale is part of the company's divestiture of non-core assets.