Native American group seeks to overturn US court ruling on Rio’s Arizona copper mine

A Native American group has asked all members of a US appeals court on Monday to overturn an earlier ruling that granted land to Rio Tinto for a copper mine in Arizona, saying the land was sacred and culturally significant.

Codelco eyes partnerships to help boost ailing copper production

Codelco is exploring more partnerships with the private sector as Chile’s state copper behemoth looks to recover from a production slump and surging debt.

Chinese investors snap up copper, gold stocks to drive 10% gains

Chinese investors are snapping up stocks tied to high-flying metals from copper to gold, aiding an onshore market facing an uphill battle to cement a nascent rebound.

Copper price near 15-month high as supply fears spur bullish calls

Copper traded near a 15-month high as supply concerns and brighter demand prospects triggered a slew of bullish calls on the market.

Copper price hits fresh 14-month high on supply fears, China optimism

Copper jumped to its highest intraday price since January 2023 as the bellwether industrial metal faces rising tighter supply and hopes for a recovery in Chinese demand.

The currency required for the development plans of the National Iranian Copper Industry Company will be provided

Mining News Pro - The CEO of the National Iranian Copper Industries Company announced the supply of foreign currency needed for the development plans of this company with the aim of increasing exports to 4 billion dollars per year and said: This support is in the form of 6 currency packages with a total value of 5.6 billion euros in a period of 4 years by the bank.

Copper price rallies amid rising optimism on Chinese economic outlook

Copper rallied back above $9,000 a ton as investors weighed upbeat factory data from top consumer China and the potential for output cuts by the country’s leading smelters.

Shanghai copper heads for biggest monthly gain in 16 months

Shanghai copper prices were little changed on Friday, but poised for their biggest monthly gain in 16 months amid prospects of lower supply.

Codelco sees slow recovery after years of copper output declines

Codelco is starting to turn the corner after a production slump and project overruns eroded the state-owned copper behemoth’s finances, according to a top Chilean official.

China copper smelters move closer to possible 10% production cut

Chinese smelters, which produce over half the world’s supply of refined copper, moved a step closer to implementing a joint output cut after tightening ore supplies drove processing fees to near zero.

US talks often with Congo’s Gecamines on cobalt and copper, official says

The United States speaks regularly with the Democratic Republic of Congo’s state miner Gecamines, a senior State Department official told Reuters, as Washington seeks to deepen relationships with key suppliers of cobalt and copper across the African continent.

Adani kicks off $1.2 billion Indian copper smelter

Indian billionaire Gautam Adani has started operating the first unit of his $1.2 billion copper smelter, the tycoon’s first foray into metals refining.

Jiangxi Copper sees higher prices as it plans to raise output

Jiangxi Copper Co., China’s largest producer, said it expects prices to rise in the second half once the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates, while pledging to maintain double-digit growth in output despite calls to rein in production.

Cocoa is more expensive than copper as it tops $9,000

Cocoa extended its surge — gaining more than $700 per ton in a single day and surpassing $9,000 for the first time ever — as a supply crunch grips the market and chocolate makers grapple for beans.

Ivanhoe Electric earns into 60% of nickel-copper project in Côte d’Ivoire

Ivanhoe Electric (NYSE American: IE) (TSX: IE) terest in the Samapleu-Grata nickel-copper project in Côte d’Ivoire after satisfying the expenditure requirements outlined in an agreement from three years ago.

Congo overtakes Peru on copper output, still behind on exports

The Democratic Republic of the Congo overtook Peru as the world’s second largest copper producer in 2023, though it still lags the South American country in exports, official data from both nations show.

Congo, Chinese partners sign reviewed Sicomines copper-cobalt joint venture agreement

Democratic Republic of Congo and Chinese investors on Thursday signed an agreement reached in January that revises some terms of their Sicomines copper and cobalt joint venture, Congo’s Infrastructure Minister Alexis Gisaro Muvunyi said on Thursday.

Exxaro still keen on copper after Botswana setback

South African coal miner Exxaro Resources is considering potential deals to acquire copper and manganese assets as part of its diversification strategy, chief executive Nombasa Tsengwa said on Thursday.

Copper price soars to 7-month high on China’s plans to cut output

Copper prices soared on Wednesday to their highest in seven months after Chinese smelters, which process half of the world’s mined copper, agreed on a joint production cut.

China’s top copper smelters agree on rare joint production cuts

Chinese top copper smelters on Wednesday came to a rare agreement to jointly embark on production cuts at some loss-making plants as they seek to cope with a shortage of raw material, according to sources with knowledge of the plans.

Copper fees plunge close to zero in test for China’s smelters

China’s copper smelters are at a critical juncture after fees for processing imported ore collapsed to single figures, raising focus on whether they will keep resisting pressure for production cuts.

Peru copper output seen growing to 3mt in 2024, minister says

Peru’s copper production should reach 3 million metric tons this year after hitting 2.76 million tons in 2023, energy and mining minister Romulo Mucho said in a news conference on Friday.

Panama asks First Quantum to suspend visitor program at disputed copper mine

Panama said on Wednesday it had asked First Quantum Minerals to suspend a visitor program launched last month at the disputed Cobre Panama mine, saying the miner did not consult the government before starting the community relations initiative.

China’s copper smelters to discuss production cut as fees slump

China’s biggest copper smelters are set to meet in Beijing next week to discuss measures to counter a plunge in ore processing fees to the lowest level in years, including potential production cuts.

Sprott Asset Management launches copper miners ETF

Sprott Asset Management has launched a Copper Miners exchange-traded fund (ETF), with Freeport-McMoRan, Antofagasta and Southern Copper Corp as its top holdings by weight, it said on Wednesday.

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