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  • The time to use gas in Australia is now: Fortescue CEO

    Fortescue CEO Nev Power speaks about employing resources from both the east and west of Australia.

  • Demand for electric vehicles, which have nickel batteries, will spur a surge in nickel demand, says Peter Bradford, CEO of Independence Group.

  • Deloitte's consulting partner Paul Klein says it is timely for miners to upgrade their capabilities now as the costs of new technologies have come down.

  • Confident about Chinese situation: Rio Tinto

    Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques speaks about his China business, adding that the country's steel industry is healthy and profitable.

  • $3 billion of cash returns happening today: Rio Tinto CEO

    Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sébastien Jacques says that they will decide what to do with their cash long term.

  • The investment dynamics in the gold market, according to Fresnillo CEO

    Fresnillo CEO Octavio Alvidrez says that being a low-cost producer of gold is key.

  • TORONTO, May 12- Canada's main stock index closed marginally lower on Friday, weighed by alternative lender Home Capital Group Inc after it acknowledged uncertainty about its ability to continue as a going concern, while natural resource stocks lent support. Excavation company Badger Daylighting Ltd ended down 14.3 percent at C $26.20 after reporting...

  • TORONTO, May 12- Canada's main stock index slipped on Friday morning after alternative lender Home Capital Group Inc acknowledged uncertainty about its ability to continue as a going concern. At 10:25 a.m. ET, the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 9.33 points, or 0.06 percent, to 15,541.22. Diversified miner Teck Resources rose 2.3...

  • Miles of unused pipe, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, sit in a lot on October 14, 2014 outside Gascoyne, North Dakota.

    Commodity prices usually rally as the Fed heads into a hiking cycle, but it might be different this time, Goldman said in a note Monday.

  • TORONTO, May 4- Canada's main stock index fell in morning trading on Thursday as the country's heavyweight energy and mining sectors lost ground amid a drop in commodity prices and as investors digested a string of corporate earnings. Canada's energy group, which accounts for more than a fifth of the index's weight, retreated 2.3 percent. TransCanada Corp fell 1...

  • TORONTO, April 25- Teck Resources Ltd, North America's largest producer of steelmaking coal, reported earnings and revenue that lagged expectations on weakness at its zinc unit, sending its U.S.-listed shares down about 6 percent. TD Securities analyst Greg Barnes said the earnings miss reflects lower sales and higher costs at Teck's zinc unit, which he had...

  • *Thousands of "zama zamas" mine gold illegally in South Africa. WESTONARIA, South Africa, April 21- Illegal gold mining has plagued South Africa's mining companies for decades, robbing the industry and state coffers of billions of rand through smalltime pilfering as well as networks run by organised crime. "We will have them out then," Sibanye's Chief Executive Neal...

  • SYDNEY, April 21- Zinc led an across-the board rise in Shanghai base metals futures on Friday on the back of robust gains in overnight London trading and buoyant equity markets. *The most-traded zinc contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange climbed more than 3 percent to 21,915 yuan a tonne. *Three-month zinc on the London Metal Exchange was slightly weaker at...

  • Where are iron ore prices headed?

    Jonathan Barratt, Ayers Alliance Securities, weighs in on Rio Tinto guidance and says iron ore prices will find a base.

  • TORONTO, April 18- Canada's main stock index slipped on Tuesday as banks and mining stocks weighed with lower commodity prices and bond yields, while investors also digested disappointing quarterly results from two U.S. corporate heavyweights. Prices for copper, lead and zinc all fell on Tuesday, as geopolitical tension over North Korea fueled risk aversion.

  • A worker loads an aluminum coil onto a loading dock at the Arconic Inc. manufacturing facility in Alcoa, Tennessee

    Investors believe new leadership will help Arconic capitalize its cost-cutting, says Jorge Beristain.

  • *Korea tensions, lack of Trump spending plans weigh. LONDON, April 12- Copper slid to three-month lows on Wednesday as a tentative recovery in broader financial markets lost steam, with geopolitical tensions and fading hopes of a boost to U.S. demand putting pressure on prices. The metal slipped this week along with other cyclical assets as concerns over North...

  • *Korea tensions, lack of Trump spending plans weigh. LONDON, April 12- Copper eased to one-month lows on Wednesday, shrugging off a tentative recovery in broader financial markets as geopolitical tensions and fading hopes for a boost to U.S. demand pressured prices. The metal slipped this week along with other cyclical assets as concerns over North Korea and the...

  • LONDON, April 11- Copper steadied on Tuesday after hitting a two-week low as the world's top two copper mines continue to recover from recent disruptions, while zinc fell to a new three-month trough. Copper has faltered after BHP Billiton restarted production in Chile last week and Freeport McMoRan said it was waiting for final details on a temporary export...

  • LONDON, April 11- Copper steadied on Tuesday after hitting a one-week low, as the world's top two copper mines continue to recover from recent disruptions, while zinc fell to a new three-month trough. Copper has faltered since BHP Billiton restarted production at the Escondida mine in Chile last week and Freeport McMoRan said it was waiting for final details on a...