Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors Chairman & CEO, shares his take on final trades including Delta Air Lines, United Continental, Apple and more.
Oil markets could see an increased risk of another major jolt if prices continue remain at current levels, the chief executive of Vedanta Resources said.
Experts say cobalt is being mined by young children in poor working environments.
"The glamorous shop displays are a stark contrast to the children carrying bags of rocks and miners in narrow manmade tunnels."
Rusal's profit slumped 70 percent in the first half of 2016, but the aluminum giant said tightening Chinese supply was helping stabilize metal prices.
South32's Graham Kerr says the company has made big inroads in terms of reducing capital expenditure and operating costs.
South32 is doing the right thing by focusing on commodities which are currently at major lows, says Ayers Alliance Securities' Jonathan Barratt.
The key points to watch are Glencore's debt levels, asset disposal and cash flow generation, says Religare Capital Markets' Nirgunan Tiruchelvam.
William Lamb, president & CEO at Lucara, explains why the sale of the largest diamond discovered in 100 years fell through.
Australia's Fortescue Metals Group reported a full-year net profit of $985 million, triple last year's net profit for the year to end-June.
Marathon Oil shares take a hit as its CFO resigns. Also, gold mining stocks are lower. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the details.
Joni Teves, precious metals strategist at UBS, explains how positive U.S. data and poor liquidity has put pressure on gold prices.
Fortescue Metals CEO Nev Power says the speed at which the miner can reduce its debt pile depends on the price of iron ore.
Hong Kong-listed MMG Ltd. is turning its focus to copper production after closing its biggest zinc mine in early this year.
MMG CEO Andrew Michelmore talks about the miners' transformation towards becoming a major copper producer with its Las Bambas project.
Intelligent Investor's Gaurav Sodhi says BHP Billiton's underlying results were strong, while the losses came from a misallocation of capital.
BHP is off to a good start by cutting dividends and targeting $1.8 billion of productivity gains in 2016, says Patersons Securities's Rob Brierley.
BHP Billiton reported a record $6.4 billion annual loss on Tuesday, hammered by a bad bet on shale, a dam disaster in Brazil and a commodities slump.
At the NYMEX, CNBC's Bertha Coombs looks at early moves in energy and metals.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says the company would like to have “slightly lower debt,” while commenting on the strategic moves it has made in recent years.