The herbicide is considered safe by the EPA, as well as many foreign regulatory agencies, including in the European Union. That could change, the EPA said in a statement Friday. "Given increased public interest in glyphosate, EPA may recommend sampling for glyphosate in the future," the agency said in an email response to a Reuters inquiry.» Read More
BRUSSELS, Oct 21- U.S. firm Honeywell International Inc's joint venture with chemicals company DuPont to produce a new refrigerant for car air conditioning systems to meet new environmental rules may be anti-competitive, the European Commission said on Tuesday, following a near-three year probe. When Honeywell and Dupont announced a joint venture to...
WASHINGTON, Oct 21- The U.S. Department of Commerce will terminate a 15- year-old deal sheltering Russian flat-rolled steel producers from high import duties, it said in a letter to Russian authorities. Duties will apply beginning Dec. 16, according to the letter from Ronald K. Lorentzen, the Commerce Department's deputy assistant secretary for enforcement and...
WASHINGTON, Oct 21- The U.S. Department of Commerce will terminate a 15- year old deal sheltering Russian flat-rolled steel producers from potential steep duties, it said in a letter to Russian authorities published on Monday.
MOSCOW, Oct 21- Ukraine's largest private metals and mining group Metinvest will lose several hundred million dollars of income in the second half of this year because of the separatist conflict in the country's industrial heartland, the company's chief financial officer said. The conflict has closed steel plants and coal mines and destroyed...
BEIJING, Oct 21- China's daily crude steel runs rose 1.3 percent in September to the highest level in three months, data from the country's statistics agency showed, suggesting mills were still close to full capacity despite weak demand and a steep slump in prices. China produced 67.54 million tonnes of crude steel in September, down 2 percent from the previous...
LONDON, Oct 21- World No. 1 copper producer Codelco will announce the results of a projects review in the coming months, including whether there are any delays to its ambitious-- but vital-- multi billion-dollar growth plan, its chairman told Reuters. "Our commitment is if we have to give bad news, we are going to give it straight away to the people of Chile who own this...
Alcoa reported third-quarter earnings per share, excluding items, of 31 cents per share on revenue of $6.24 billion.
Russian aluminium producer Rusal said it is considering raising its outlook for the third quarter.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management has called for a break up of DuPont, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A group of 11 mining CEOs working in West Africa are calling for fewer travel restrictions in the face of the Ebola epidemic.
The plaintiffs had accused Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and others of having conspired since May 2009 to drive up aluminum prices by hoarding supply.
An Indian textile magnate has taken "spoil yourself" to a new level with custom-made gold shirt worth about $213,000.
Boeing and United Technologies have been amassing titanium parts from Russia in case global tensions disrupt supply of the metal.
Alcoa has invested heavily in its U.S. aerospace business because of the country's leading position in advanced manufacturing, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld tells CNBC.
Whiting Petroleum said it would acquire Kodiak Oil& Gas for $3.8 billion, becoming the largest producer in North Dakota's Bakken shale play.
After an investigation banks and trading houses are aware of the risks of storing commodities in China's warehouse sector.
Demand is up for sand used in fracking, which blasts it into wells to crack rock and release oil and natural gas.
Faber has been called a "gold bug," but he points out that "I don't call equity bulls 'cockroaches.'"
One of the oldest galvanizers in the United States accused Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, the LME and metal warehouse operators of conspiring since 2010 to manipulate the U.S. zinc price.
The number of trains carrying crude oil is increasing and so is the number of spills, exposing a world of secrecy around these operations.