The Taliban are now "committed to safeguarding" the copper mine south of Kabul.
Gold is out, but the best commodities trade of all is taking place in an obscure part of the market most investors have never heard about.
It's not just about getting more data but making data more accessible and useful, says Vikram Mengi, CEO at Latize.
Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, and Ari Wald, Oppenheimer, discuss the gold market with Brian Sullivan.
The "Futures Now" team discusses gold's plunge to its lowest level since February.
Joy Global, 21st Century Fox, and Wells Fargo are making headlines this Wednesday morning.
Rising coal prices and talks over restructuring of a vast coal mine in Gobi desert could give Mongolia's economy a boost but risks persist.
Western Australia is turning to tourism and agriculture to rejuvenate its economy, says Colin Barnett, premier of Western Australia.
Changes in the outlook for copper's supply-demand balances that drove a recent rally in prices support a more "bullish" environment for the metal.
Robert Bishop, founder and managing principal at Impala Asset Management, discusses his stock pick of Rio Tinto and reacts to the latest ECB policy move.
Gary Goldberg, Newmont Mining president and CEO, discusses the mining business and gold prices post-election.
Argentina is emerging from an econ slump and shaking off the effects of a debt default that earned it a rep as an investment pariah.
The Futures Now team discusses what's weighing gold down, and where the commodity is heading from here.
S&P Global Platts's Annalisa Jeffries talks about a rally in iron ore on the back of higher steel prices.
ThyssenKrupp full-year net profit declined by 4 percent, missing expectations amid difficult market conditions. CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reports.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reacts to the comments made by ThyssenKrupp CEO in a CNBC interview, while commenting on the firm’s strategy going forward.
ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger weighs in on whether the EU’s current tariffs on Chinese steel imports should be higher.
ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger weighs in on what a Donald Trump presidency may look like and how it impacts the materials space.
While discussing its earnings, ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger says if you work in the materials space, you have to get used to the market volatility.
The "Futures Now" team discusses gold's nine-month low, and where they see the commodity heading from here.