The dramatic plunge in Chinese equity prices has hit base metals hard, with prices subdued after Tuesday's tumble.
Dennis Davitt, options specialist, and Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, discuss what the situation in Greece means to the gold trade.
Nautilus Minerals wants to be the world's first deep-sea miner, and says the ocean floor is the safest place to get needed minerals.
Aureus mining has completed the first gold pour at its new Liberty Gold project at Liberia. David Reading, CEO of Aureus, outlines what the future holds.
As BHP Billiton's spin-off begins trading, investors are eyeing the battered mining sector for longer-term opportunities.
What's behind gold's Friday drop? Larry McDonald of Societe Generale and Jimmy Lee of the Wealth Consulting Group discuss with Mandy Drury.
Oversupply and a lack of demand growth has led some market analysts to speculate that iron ore prices will never recover to former levels.
Canadian gold mining companies Alamos Gold and AuRico Gold are merging in a deal valued at approximately $1.5 billion.
A new report from Goldman Sachs suggests there are only two decades of "mineable" gold left.
Founders of BitGold, Roy Sebag and Josh Crumb, explain how the Toronto-based gold and bitcoin internet startup facilitates "a new way to use gold."
A powerful cyclone hits northeast Australia, causing massive damage and causing flash flooding, while a second storm made landfall to the west.
Karl Simich, Managing Director and CEO of Sandfire Resources, says the company is trying to keep production as consistent as possible amid volatile commodity prices.
After reporting record profits, Jake Klein, Executive Chairman of Evolution Mining, describes the advantage gold miners have over their energy and iron ore peers.
"Yes we look at build versus buy, ... but right now is not the time to go out and buying distressed assets," Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh tells CNBC.
Good news for the U.S. economy, in the form of a solid jobs report, decked gold on Friday, leading some analysts to write the yellow metal off for the year.
Although it was up about half a percent on Monday, gold will slip roughly $90 lower than where it sat, a futures expert said.
Gold may struggle to top $1,300 an ounce again as tailwinds from central banks on an easing bent have stalled against the Federal Reserve's resolve.
Mining stocks sold off sharply on Wednesday, with Glencore falling to an all-time nadir, after copper plunged to a five-and-a half-year low.
Gold has extended gains to climb to its highest level since last October as copper has fallen further below $6,000, beyond five-year lows.
We've seen a lot change in eight weeks, says Marcus Grubb, World Gold Council, sharing his thoughts on what's driving gold prices lower. Fundamentals will drive the price from here, says Grubb.