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Mining News Pro - Canada’s metals and mining industry saw a rise of 19.4% in overall deal activity during February, when compared with the last 12-month average, according to analytics and consulting company GlobalData’s deals database.

Mining News Pro - The slowdown in China’s electric vehicle sector could have knock-on effects on the battery metals market in both the short and long run.

Mining News Pro - Neometals has completed the pilot plant test work on its lithium-ion battery recycling technology, meeting all technical objectives set and confirming the recovery of high purity chemicals for re-use in the battery supply chain.

Mining News Pro - The demand shock rippling around the world as the new coronavirus spreads has upended the industrial metals complex.

Mining News Pro - France’s Recylex has just announced the temporary closure of both its German lead smelter and two battery-recycling plants, one in Germany and one in France.

Mining News Pro - Research agency Fitch Solutions expects volatility to continue playing to the downside for metal prices in the coming weeks owing mainly to bearish investor sentiment on the back of the widespread Covid-19 pandemic.

Mining News Pro - The global metals and mining industry has recorded $US1.26 billion ($2.05 billion) in mergers and acquisition (M&A) deals for February.

Mining News Pro - Compañia de Minas Buenaventura and Sierra Metals have become the latest companies to scale down activities in Peru following the government’s issuing of a supreme decree and declaration of a national emergency in order to contain the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

Mining News Pro - Platinum and gold mines in South Africa, which together make up the world’s biggest precious metals industry, are gearing up to try and minimise a local outbreak of the coronavirus that could disrupt operations where hundreds of thousands of people work in close proximity.

Mining News Pro - During market crashes, palladium isn’t the first commodity that comes to mind.

Mining News Pro - Gold posted its worst week in over three decades, joining the collapse across global markets that not even the traditional safe haven could dodge.

Mining News Pro - Researchers from Korea’s Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology and the University of Pennsylvania in the US produced a new catalyst that could boost the performance of metal-air batteries, known as MABs.

Mining News Pro - Palladium, one of last year’s best-performing commodities, tumbled the most on record and approached a bear market as a strengthening dollar and coronavirus fears hammer precious metals and other raw materials.

Mining News Pro - The London Metal Exchange (LME) will move its open-outcry trading to a disaster recovery site northeast of London on Friday to test the operations, it said on Tuesday.

Mining News Pro - The Perth Mint’s gold, silver and platinum holdings value has topped $5 billion for the first time, triggered by a global upheaval due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Mining News Pro - Sibanye-Stillwater said on Tuesday it along with Impala Platinum (Implats) and chemical company BASF had successfully developed a new tri-metal auto catalyst allowing the partial substitution of palladium with platinum.

Mining News Pro - A metal best known for galvanizing steel is making the jump into a developing $30 billion energy-storage market for electrical grids that’s increasingly seen as key to unleashing solar and wind power upon the world.

Mining News Pro - China’s industry ministry said on Friday metals firms should not seek to ramp up production at all costs and should “avoid vicious competition” with one another as they return to work in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Mining News Pro - Polymetal said on Wednesday its 2019 net earnings rose 36% to a record high of $483 million due to stronger global gold prices and higher output.

Mining News Pro - Allseas has acquired the former ultra-deepwater drill ship “Vitoria 10000” for conversion to a polymetallic nodule collection vessel. She is 228 m long, 42 m wide, and can accommodate 200 people.

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