Andrew Michelmore, CEO at MMG, says that market sentiment when it comes to investing has changed.
Philip Alexander, Jacanda Capital, says that the window for small tech floats is closing in the market.
Rob Brierley at Patersons Securities talks about how the miner missed its copper targets and his expectations for iron ore prices.
Global miner Rio Tinto hit its mid-point target for iron ore shipments from Australia in 2016 and kept its guidance for this year intact.
The 'Trump trade' may pause as traders await the swearing in of Donald Trump as 45th U.S. president on Friday.
The "Fast Money" traders said there's still opportunities in the market as it continues to tick higher.
Gold futures for February crossed above the key $1200 per ounce Tuesday, continuing an upswing that started on Dec. 15.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a closer look at nine metal movers amid the Trump rally.
Iron ore prices staged a strong rally in 2016 but prices are expected to fall by a-third or more from current levels, the Australian government said.
Out with the oil and in with electric.
Today's space mining entrepreneurs are intent on turning asteroids into figurative gas stations. NBC reports.
Robin Bhar, head of metals research at Société Générale, explains why industrial commodities such as copper and zinc have been looking positive after Donald Trump's election to U.S. president.
Cheap, low-sulfur coal from one state feeds the West, but the region is shifting to natural gas and renewable energy.
Resources companies were one of the biggest victims when animal spirits were at their worst, could they now be set to gain?
Andrew Keen, senior analyst and head of resources at Haitong, explains why he’s quite bearish on the commodity market going into 2017.
Vale agreed to sell part of its fertilizer business to Mosaic in a move aimed at cutting debt and focusing on core mining activities.
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.