Nickel: the mined commodity most exposed to biodiversity risks

Mining News Pro - Nickel is the mined commodity most exposed to biodiversity risks, a recent report by Verisk Maplecroft shows.

Were China’s August commodity imports strong? Depends on your time frame

Mining News Pro - China’s imports of major commodities appeared to show signs of strength in August, but the gains in volumes are more nuanced and illustrate the difference between a short-term view and longer-term fundamentals.

Were China’s August commodity imports strong? Depends on your time frame

Mining News Pro - China’s imports of major commodities appeared to show signs of strength in August, but the gains in volumes are more nuanced and illustrate the difference between a short-term view and longer-term fundamentals.

Mobarakeh Steel Co. supply nearly 200 thousand tons of hot rolled coil in commodity exchange

Mining News Pro - Iran’s Industrial and Mining Commodity Exchange Market will be supplied by 199,980 tons of hot rolled coil by Mobarakeh Steel Company in August 30, 2021.

PSG expects the commodity boom to last longer, and these are the stocks it's buying

Mining News Pro - As mining companies post super profits, more investors are looking at the sector with new enthusiasm. Many asset managers increased their allocation to commodities at first sight of constrained supply, but the current commodity price boom has drawn even the attention of those who don't ordinarily like miners and oil companies.

From miners to big oil, the great commodity cash machine is back

Mining News Pro - Just over five years ago Anglo American was in deep trouble. The natural resources giant, beset by a collapse in commodity prices, scrapped its dividend and announced plans to close mines and cut thousands of workers.

BHP powers through with key commodity records

Mining News Pro - BHP has broken production records at the Goonyella Riverside metallurgical coal mine in Queensland and at its Western Australia Iron Ore (WAIO) sites after launching operations at South Flank in May.

Copper price slides as China vows measures to ease commodity prices

Mining News Pro - The copper price fell on Tuesday after China declared it will keep its economic operations within a reasonable range over the next 18 months and take “comprehensive measures” to ease rising commodity prices.

Commodity prices create risk and opportunity

Mining News Pro - Commodity prices have emerged as the top risk facing the Australian resources industry, according to KPMG’s Australian Mining Risk Forecast 2021-22 report.

Offering 100 thousand tons of iron ore and concentrate in commodity exchange by Chadormalu

Mining News Pro - Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company will offer 50 thousand tons of concentrate and 50 thousand tons of iron ore in commodity exchange.

Copper price rebounds, commodity demand signals “firing on all cylinders”

Mining News Pro - Copper rebounded from Wednesday’s slump, buoyed by expectations that demand will remain resilient in the face of possible tapering by the US Federal Reserve and China’s stepped-up efforts to jawbone prices lower.

CIMIC confident in commodity strengths

Mining News Pro - CIMIC Group chairman and chief executive officer Juan Santamaria expects the company’s position will strengthen due to growth in Australia’s major commodity exports over the next two years.

China’s lacklustre commodity imports throw spanner in new super-cycle works

Mining News Pro - A warning shot has been fired across the bow of proponents of the view that commodities are entering a new super-cycle: China’s imports of crude oil, iron ore, copper and coal in the first two month of the year look far from bullish.

Gold price goes from commodity leader to laggard in shocking reversal

Mining News Pro - Gold entered 2021 with lofty expectations on the back of a record high and its biggest annual gain in a decade. Instead, the precious metal is off to its worst start in 30 years.

JP Morgan sees commodity supercycle already kicking off

Mining News Pro - With agricultural prices soaring, metal prices hitting the highest in years and oil well above $50 a barrel, JPMorgan Chase & Co. is calling it: Commodities appear to have begun a new supercycle of years-long gains.

China’s commodity imports saved 2020, this year may be different

Mining News Pro - There is both a history lesson and a warning in the latest Chinese data on imports of major commodities.

Private chrome map launched to boost commodity insight

Mining News Pro - In its pursuit to map mining districts around South Africa, and in the absence of any publicly available form of mining and prospecting cadastre, mining supply sales consultancy AmaranthCX has mapped the chrome mines and projects of the Bushveld Complex.

MSC is the only supplier of flat steel products in commodity exchange

Mining News Pro - Last month Iran’s ministry of industry, mine and trade released an instruction which made the Iranian steelmakers to tender their products in the exchange market.

South32 braces for lower commodity prices

Mining News Pro - South32 is prepared for an extended wave of market volatility and lower commodity prices following a financial year of strong performance.

Transnet CEO expects subdued commodity prices to weigh on recovery from Covid

Mining News Pro - Transnet CEO Portia Derby warned on Wednesday that the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa and the rest of Africa was likely to be negatively affected by still-subdued commodity prices and the serious deterioration in public finances across the continent, which had resulted in surging debt and currency volatility.

Rio`s accounts hit by low commodity prices

Mining News Pro - Major Rio Tinto has announced a 20% fall in net earnings and a 28% decline in free cash flows for the six months ended June, compared with the previous corresponding period.

Uranium surges 31% amid shutdowns to become year’s top commodity

Mining News Pro - ​​​​​​While most commodities are getting hammered by the coronavirus crisis, uranium prices are skyrocketing.

South32 profit plunges on weak commodity prices

Mining News Pro - Australian miner South32 Ltd on Thursday reported a 80% plunge in half-year underlying profit due to a temporary tax increase and lower prices across key commodities.

China’s commodity demand holds up, with copper the exception

Mining News Pro - One of the prevailing China narratives in commodity markets is that the trade dispute with the United States is weakening demand in the world’s biggest importer of natural resources. The problem is the numbers tell a somewhat different story.

Reasons for US boycott against Mobarakeh and Calcimine Co./ Exchange of commodity exchange is the way to deal with sanctions against companies

Mining News Pro - Mobarakeh Steel Co. and Calcimine Co., along with a number of banks, were listed on the US Department of the Daily Sweepstakes SDN, due to a stocktaking association with last night`s mobilization. Their property in the United States is blocked and American citizens are not allowed to communicate with them and will be subject to secondary sanctions.

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