David Walker, Head of Equities Research at Stocks-In-Value says it's difficult to find undervalued stocks in the Australian market right now.
The president of South Africa's main trade union for platinum workers told CNBC that miners were treated like slaves, after ordering strikes that will start on Thursday.
After four years of sector underperformance due to oversupply and a lack of demand, miners present a buying opportunity in 2014, analysts say.
Indonesia banned all mineral ore exports, as expected, on Sunday, but will likely allow some U.S. mining giants to continue shipments.
In spite of see-sawing following Friday's non-farms report, gold looks poised for its first annual fall in 14 years, with bullion prices down 26 percent since the start of 2013.
Miguel Perez-Santalla, VP of Bullion Vault, says China's growing economy allows it to have a stronger position on gold.
Two firms have announced plans to send missions to asteroids within the next three years in order to mine the ore and metals on the space rocks.
Daniel Hynes, commodity strategist at Hynes Commodities discusses the demand outlook for the yellow metal.
David Baker, Managing Partner at Baker Steel Capital Managers, says gold's upside looks better than the downside.
Dragos Tanase, general manager at Rosia Montana Gold Corporation, discusses the outlook for Romania's mining industry, as expansion proposals are mired in controversy.
Peter Sullivan, CEO of gold mining firm Resolute Mining discusses the firm's outlook for gold production.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports how rising inflation and a depreciating rupee contributed to India's gold slump.
Dominic Schnider, Head of Commodity Research at UBS Wealth Management speaks about the outlook for commodities in light of current risk events.
James Steel, chief commodities analyst at HSBC, discusses the effect of the U.S. government shutdown on the gold market.
Glencore Xstrata promised investors on Tuesday it would slash costs, shelve risky projects and squeeze more benefits from its $46 billion takeover of mining group Xstrata, lifting its target to at least $2 billion of synergies by next year.
After falling by almost 20 percent earlier this year, copper prices have rallied over the past two months, helped by an uptick in Chinese economic activity. However, analysts warn the rebound may be short-lived.
Falling demand from China will likely cause an oversupply in the copper market by the end of this year and could weigh on prices for the metal until 2016, the CEO of copper miner Antofagasta told CNBC on Tuesday.
Mining stocks slipped on Tuesday, as weak earnings from BHP Billiton and Glencore Xstrata sent the sector lower. Analysts said miners were now the cheapest they have been in 30 years, and were set to bounce back when interest rates begin rising.
Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors, and Stephen Schork, The Schork Report, have the latest play on the yellow metal and gas & oil prices.
Marcus Grubb, Managing Director of Investment, World Gold Council says rising demand from India and China will underpin a recovery in the price of gold.