*Spot gold was little changed at $1,338.87 an ounce at 0112 GMT. Bullion on Wednesday touched a high of $1,342.18, its best since July 14. *Japan's prime minister unveiled a surprisingly large $265 billion stimulus package on Wednesday to reflate the world's third-largest economy, adding pressure on the central bank to match the measures with monetary stimulus... » Read More
With the Fed keeping rates low, gold is finding upside.
The price of aluminum is set to pick up thanks to the recovery in the global economy, according to the chief executive of Rusal.
Tom Albanese, CEO of Vedanta, says the deal is a response to investor calls for a simplified structure, and positions the firm as a diverfied major.
Christopher Darby, managing director and CEO of Valence, introduces the properties of graphene which will be a fundamental material for the next generation of electronics.
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.
Rumors that Molycorp may seek bankruptcy protection sent its shares plummeting last week.
Sean Fenton, portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, explains why he remains cautious on Australia despite an upbeat gross domestic product for the first quarter.
Annette Beacher, head of Economic Research at TD Securities and David Walker, senior analyst at StocksInValue.com.au, discuss their expectations for the Reserve Bank of Australia's policy decision and outline trading strategies.
Warren Gilman, chairman & CEO of CEF Holdings, expects prices of iron ore to be beaten down soon, as demand remains "ok to sluggish" amid a supply glut.
Andrew Stewart, CEO of Xanadu Mines, discusses its flagship Kharmagtai copper-gold project in Mongolia.
Robert Brierley, head of Research at Patersons Securities, says China's Baosteel could be interested to take up a stake in Fortescue Metals so as to secure future supplies.
Tom Albanese, CEO of Vedanta Resources, explains why the metals and mining conglomerate hopes to resume iron ore mining in the province of Goa.
Speculation about Chinese investments in Fortescue Metals reinforces the fact that the iron ore sector remains "very strategic," says Tom Albanese, CEO of Vedanta Resources.
Bill Marmion, Western Australian Minister for Mines and Petroleum, says China's decision to help bankroll a major expansion by Brazilian iron ore giant Vale is a "smart move."
Bill Marmion, Western Australian Minister for Mines and Petroleum, says he welcomes all foreign investments in Western Australia. He also explains why the government doesn't support an iron ore inquiry.
David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets, explains why the Australian government may be in favor of Chinese companies lifting their stakes in Fortescue Metals.
Mario Longhi, CEO of United States Steel, says China is "dumping" steel due to over-production.
Tim Schroeders, fund manager at Pengana Capital, explains why he agrees with the Australian government's decision to walk away from an inquiry into the country's iron ore sector.
Mongolia and Rio Tinto have reached an agreement paving the way for work to resume on a stalled $5 billion underground copper mine.
Negative sentiment remains in the iron ore markets due to expectations of more supply coming, says Annalisa Jeffries, associate editorial director, Asia Metals at Platts.