China may be about to shock the global copper market by unleashing some of its stockpiles of the metal, onto the global market.
Australia lifted its 2016 price forecast for iron ore by 11 percent on Friday, though kept it well under current market prices.
U.S. ratings agency Moody’s has warned oil, gas and mining companies are finding it harder to raise short-term liquid funds.
Geoffrey Yu, ultra high net worth investment strategist at UBS, says its too early to call a global rally in mining and commodity stocks.
Arrium on Thursday was placed in voluntary administration after the collapse of a recapitalization plan amid a bleak outlook for commodities.
Annalisa Jeffries from Platts explains that China's construction season was among the factors driving copper prices up in Q1.
Glencore is close to the sale of a large stake in its agriculture business which would help strengthen its balance sheet, the Financial Times reports.
The commodities rebound this year looks suspiciously like a short-covering rally, says Chen Lin, president of Lin Asset Management.
S2 Resources CEO Mark Bennett says economic uncertainty and global volatility have led to gold's increasing attractiveness as an investment.
Many of the country's largest non-financial companies are under stress, according to a new report from local ratings agency India Ratings and Research.
Fitch ratings' Laura Zhai says China miners grew rapidly with short-term debt, which in this poor operating environment increases liquidity and default risks.
U.K. Business Secretary Sajid Javid is to head to India on Tuesday to meet Tata chairman Cyrus Mistry, the Financial Times reports.
Chris Powell from the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee argues that central banks are intervening in gold markets in a bid to keep prices down.
Libra Investment Services founding partner Rob McCreery explains why he’s not reluctant to get involved in mining stocks, despite uncertainty in global markets.
A steelmaking crisis gripping the U.K. has led analysts to question the long term viability of the industry in the country.
Jeremy Wrathall, head of global natural resources at Investec, says if you correlate commodity prices relative to the U.S. dollar it’s almost a “perfect inverse correlation.”
Michael Widmer, metals strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses how central banks have an influence on the gold price, and where the commodity is heading.
CNBC looks back at how commodity markets moved in the last quarter.
Brandon Wendell from Online Trading Academy argues that Goldman's bearish case for gold is incorrect and sees an upside target of $1,387 per ounce.
Australia's four big banks actually have very little exposure to the mining sector, says Senior Portfolio Manager with Aurora Funds Management