Panama breakthrough adds to good news for global copper supplies

Mining News Pro - A breakthrough in contract talks at a mine in Panama is the latest piece of good news for global copper supplies following resumption of operations at a giant Indonesian mine and easing tensions in Peru.

Canadian watchdog renews Cameco’s licence for nuclear fuel facility in Port Hope

Mining News Pro - Canada’s nuclear regulator said on Wednesday it has decided to renew Cameco Fuel Manufacturing’s licence for a nuclear fuel facility in Port Hope, Ontario for a 20-year period.

Copper price bounces on news about fresh investment in China

Mining News Pro - The copper price rose on Thursday after news about fresh investment in China.

Aluminium will face macroeconomic headwinds in Commodity News 02/12/2022

Mining News Pro - Aluminium prices have been highly volatile in 2022 due to the Russia-Ukraine war, logistical issues, increasing recessionary fears and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mining News Falling head grades put pressure on gold mining industry

Mining News Pro - The consultancy explained that typically, low-grade materials require a greater amount of rock to be extracted and processed, longer processing times and higher reagents usage, which translates to higher costs per unit of gold produced.

Mongolia, The news source of minerals for Germany

Mining News Pro - European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said last month that commodities like lithium and rare earths will soon be more important than oil and gas.

Hormozgan Steel denied the cyber-attack news

Mining News Pro - There were rumors of cyber-attack against one of the major steel producers of Iran, Hormozgan Steel Company and the company denied this attack.

Nexa Resources stock tumbles on news of CFO resignation

Mining News Pro - Shares in Latin America-focused Nexa Resources fell almost 5% mid-morning in New York after the miner announced the departure of its chief financial officer Rodrigo Menck, who led the miner’s initial public offering and cemented its capital structure.

Families desperately await news of Burkina miners trapped for 26 days

Mining News Pro - The families of eight missing miners in Burkina Faso desperately awaited news from rescue teams continuing on Thursday to locate the men who have been stuck underground for 26 days.

Ceylon Graphite renews environmental permit for K1 project in Sri Lanka

Mining News Pro - Ceylon Graphite Corp. announced on Tuesday the receipt of renewal of its environmental protection licence from the Central Environmental Authority of Sri Lanka for its ongoing operations at the K1 mine.

Removing electricity restrictions, good news for Khuzestan Steel Company

Mining News Pro - Deputy of Operation of KSC said that removing electricity restrictions is good news for the company and will increase the daily production.

Fortescue renews trust in software provider

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) has extended its contract with K2fly for infoscope land management solutions, adding three years to an already long-term partnership.

Gold price shrugs inflation news, holds near 3-month high

Mining News Pro - Gold prices held close to three-month highs on Tuesday, as investors weighed rising inflation expectations and comments from Federal Reserve officials for clues on monetary policy going forward.

Discovery Harbour shares spike on Newcrest earn-in news

Mining News Pro - Discovery Harbour’s value doubled this week as the junior announced that Australian major Newcrest Mining would earn into its Fortuity 89 property, in Nevada.

Whitehaven renews sales contracts despite soft mark

Mining News Pro - Whitehaven Coal has reported a 79 per cent decline in its earnings during the second half of last year on the prior corresponding period due to the pressures of low seaborne coal prices.

Northern Star renews underground strategy for greener operations

Mining News Pro - Northern Star Resources is re-assessing its environmental strategy as it merges with Saracen Mineral Holdings, with renewable energy highlighted as part of the company’s future.

New Iamgold mine good news for Canadian economy

Mining News Pro - Joint venture (JV) partners Iamgold and Sumitomo Metal Mining (SMM) on Friday broke ground on the Côté gold project, symbolising the construction start of the new $1.3-billion mine in Ontario.

Barrick alerts authorities after fake news in Zambia

Mining News Pro - Barrick on Thursday said there is “absolutely no truth” in a news release circulated on social media in Zambia claiming the gold miner sold its Lumwana copper mine.

Strong exploration activity in Canada serves for a bit of good news

Mining News Pro - Amid a surge of bad news for businesses and societies globally, explosives manufacturer BME is nonetheless excited about the exploration landscape for mining in Canada.

Surge in battery nickel use is more bad news for cobalt price

Mining News Pro - Battery metals tracker Adamas Intelligence says electric vehicle manufacturers deployed 57% more nickel in passenger EV batteries in May this year, compared to 2018.

AM-PM Roundup Gold Prices Pop As USDX Drops; U.S.-China Trade News Also Friendly

Mining News Pro - Gold prices are sporting decent gains in early-afternoon U.S. trading Wednesday. The yellow metal was under modest pressure overnight but prices started to move north as the U.S. dollar index moved south.

News Bites Gold Sees Slight Gains on Short Covering

Mining News Pro - Gold prices were just slightly up in early-afternoon U.S. trading Thursday. Better gains seen in early-morning trading were given back as the session progressed. A modestly weaker U.S. dollar index today and slightly downbeat U.S. economic news supported some buying interest in the precious metals markets today.

The positive reaction of the capital market to the news of changes in the pricing of copper in the stock exchange

Mining News Pro - Copper, as one of the largest non-oil export revenues, has always recorded a positive record in foreign trade, as the National Iranian Copper Industry Co., the first non-oil company in the country since 2006, joined the billion-dollar exporters club of the world.

Gold fades as world gets used to bad news, Perth Mint says

Mining News Pro - NEW YORK – Investors have grown immune to the economic and geopolitical risks that typically drive haven demand for gold.

Gold fades as world gets used to bad news, Perth Mint says

Mining News Pro - Investors have grown immune to the economic and geopolitical risks that typically drive haven demand for gold.

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