Rio Tinto may do more copper exploration as China moves toward a consumer-led economy, says Ayers Alliance Securities' CIO, Jonathan Barratt.
Better-than-expected iron ore prices this year will help Rio Tinto, says MineLife's senior resource analyst, Gavin Wendt.
Security is a critical issue but the future of the company is in Africa, says John Welborn, Resolute Mining's MD and CEO.
Galaxy Resources is seeing increased lithium sales to automakers around the world and that is boosting prices, says MD Anthony Tse.
CNBC is at the annual Diggers & Dealers conference in Kalgoorlie, talking to the big resources players and visiting even bigger mines.
St Barbara's Managing Director and Chief Executive, Bob Vassie, talks about the market and the industry.
Executive Chairman at Evolution Mining discusses three projects that the miner bought last year.
Prices have been on the decline but that could change this year amid fresh demand catalysts, notes Dan Lougher of Western Areas.
The rare earths industry is gradually recovering after a bubble back in 2011, notes Amanda Lacaze of Lynas.
The miner's Mungari Gold Operations is set to bolster annual gold output, as CNBC's Matt Taylor reports.
Northern Star Resources' managing director, Bill Beament, says the sale announced Monday was strategic as the company seeks to simplify its business model.
China is becoming the powerhouse in lithium-ion battery production, boosting lithium demand, says Pilbara Minerals's MD and CEO, Ken Brinsden.
Miners are benefiting from the higher gold prices in Australian dollar terms, notes Karl Simich from Sandfire Resources.
Rohan Williams of Dacian Gold explains how the company aims to start gold production in 2018.
Gold Road's project could become Western Australia's third largest gold project ever mined, Matthew Taylor reports.
Saracen Minerals MD Raleigh Finlayson says the strong Australian dollar price for gold is helping miners boost margins.
Mongolia's economy all but flatlined, but some say hidden gems may be getting lost in the current bout of gloom.
The market for iron ore has been in decline since 2011, but things may be looking up for the steel-making ingredient.
The Futures Now traders Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial, and Brian Sutland, Equity Armor Investments, provide their play on gold's next move.
BHP said the provision partly reflected uncertainty on when Samarco, its iron ore joint venture with Brazil's Vale, would restart.