Asia markets closed higher as the dollar nursed losses after hitting 10-month lows overnight.
Markets in Asia closed mixed on Tuesday as the dollar dived on headlines related to U.S. health-care reforms.
Rio Tinto cuts its full-year iron ore export guidance to 330 million tons from 330 million to 340 million tons. Paul Bartholomew of S&P Global Platts weighs in.
European stocks closed lower on Tuesday, with the benchmark index pulling back from its biggest rally in more than two months amid geopolitical concerns.
Demand for renewable energy is increasing, but it will prove difficult to remove coal from the energy mix, says Deepak Kannan of S&P Global Platts.
Markets in Asia closed in the green on Monday as oil prices rose, despite news Takata had decided to file for bankruptcy.
Alex Leyland at Leyland Private AM said Glencore, which made a fresh counter bid for Rio Tinto's Australian coal assets, would gain greater synergies.
European markets were mixed on Wednesday, extending the losses seen in Asian markets, after Moody's downgraded its credit rating for the world's second-largest economy China.
Mongolian's Mining Minister said nearly 21 percent of the country will soon be opened up for mining exploration in an attempt to shore up its finances.
Most Asian markets lost ground on Friday as traders await the U.S. nonfarm payrolls data later and after commodity-price drops overnight.
Most Asia markets were lower on Thursday as the Fed stuck to a hawkish bent overnight and metal prices tumbled.
Asian markets were mixed on Wednesday, as Wall Street's rise was offset by disappointment with Apple earnings, as traders eyed the Fed.
Asian shares traded sideways on Thursday, following key earnings on Wall Street and a sharp fall in oil prices.
Jonathan Barratt, Ayers Alliance Securities, weighs in on Rio Tinto guidance and says iron ore prices will find a base.
Markets in Asia closed mixed on Thursday, with Japanese shares falling amid a stronger yen against the dollar.
Markets in Europe close up on Tuesday as investors focused on an upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping.
The strike at Chile's Escondida, the world's largest copper mine, is ending.
European markets closed lower on Tuesday as investors saw the U.S. revamping a health care bill to replace Obamacare.
Jean-Sebastien Jacques, CEO of Rio Tinto, says he isn't worried about the Chinese economy in 2017 even amidst ongoing restructuring.
Europe ended Friday's session on a negative note, as weakness in the US, a fall in commodities and underwhelming earnings weighed on sentiment.