De Beers Price Cuts Show It's Hard Times for Ugliest Diamonds
Lower prices at a De Beers sale is unlikely to make a difference at the consumer level.
Glencore's Radioactive News May Help Give Cobalt Its Buzz Back
Glencore's Congo Unit Halts Sales of Radioactive Cobalt
Mining Veteran Wants to Build a $1 Billion Battery Metals Giant
Glencore Is Going to Get Crazy Rich on Coal Next Year
The 5,655-carat stone found earlier this month at the Kagem mine will be sold at auction in Singapore in November.
Barrick's Bet on African Gold Maestro Faces First Test in Congo
Barrick Favors Taking Back Control of Acacia Mining
Anglo American Will Dig More Platinum and Diamonds Than Expected
Vanadium prices surge on demand for metal to strengthen steel.
Kazatomprom to list as much as 25 percent of its equity in London and the Kazakh capital Astana.
Glasenberg has started training three to four front runners as the next chief executive officer.
Why a No-Deal Brexit Risks Freezing London's Diamond Trade
Copper Bulls and a Tribute to Trump: Lessons From LME Week
The Real Cash Cow in Mining Isn't Metals. It's Bad Old Coal
Turmoil Looms for Aluminum Again as Key Plant Shuts Down
Toyota Says No-Deal Brexit Could Temporarily Shut Factory: BBC
Glencore to Increase Share Buyback Program by Up to $1 Billion
Barrick Silences Its Biggest Critic by Buying Out Randgold
Producer says its Port Talbot plant must improve performance.