Paul Renken, senior geologist and mining analyst at VSA Capital, weighs in on the business environment for international mining companies.
Despite missing expectations, BHP still maintained its guidance in core businesses, says Shaw and Partners' Peter O'Connor.
BHP might have met output guidance figures but brokers were expecting more from the miner, says Alex Leyland, portfolio manager at Leyland Private AM.
Coal has had a challenging past 5 years but supply-side reforms have had promising results, says Paul Flynn, CEO at Whitehaven Coal.
Oil markets could see an increased risk of another major jolt if prices continue remain at current levels, the chief executive of Vedanta Resources said.
"The glamorous shop displays are a stark contrast to the children carrying bags of rocks and miners in narrow manmade tunnels."
Rusal's profit slumped 70 percent in the first half of 2016, but the aluminum giant said tightening Chinese supply was helping stabilize metal prices.
South32's Graham Kerr says the company has made big inroads in terms of reducing capital expenditure and operating costs.
BHP Billiton reported a record $6.4 billion annual loss on Tuesday, hammered by a bad bet on shale, a dam disaster in Brazil and a commodities slump.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie talks about the current state of the commodity markets, with specific comment on China and iron ore.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie talks about his “exciting” plan to grow the value of the company, while commenting on the mining giant's balance sheet.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie cites exceptional charges for the Samarco dam flood, the company's onshore U.S. business and some tax matters for the record $6.4 billion annual loss.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says the company would like to have “slightly lower debt,” while commenting on the strategic moves it has made in recent years.
Aurora Funds Management's Hugh Dive says he has miners stocks because there is a lack of clarity on outlook.
Iron ore prices will remain choppy through 2016, but are expected to rise steadily in the next two years, says Prestige Economics' Jason Schenker.
Lonmin miners still live in the "truly appalling" conditions that were a major cause of the fatal strikes four years ago, Amnesty International says.
Zambia's president has been re-elected in a closely contested vote, the country's electoral commission announced Monday.
Gold buyers may be the Donald Trump voters of the commodities market, says an analyst who thinks this year's bullion rally may push prices above $1,500.
Annalisa Jeffries of Platts notes that strong Chinese demand has led to a turnaround for the commodity.
Rio Tinto may have presented a subdued global outlook, but it still boasts solid growth projects, according to Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities.