Thursday, 24 April 2014 | 12:45
  • Home
  • Commodities
  • Commodity News
View by:

BHP can't do for coking coal prices what it did for iron ore

World's number one miner BHP Billiton under ex-CEO Marius Kloppers deserve (and take) much of the credit for dragging the iron

Wheat Jumps as Ukraine Tensions Boost Supply Disruption Concerns

Wheat rebounded from a second weekly loss as clashes in eastern Ukraine prompted an emergency meeting of

Sale of Las Bambas Copper Mine Project

Glencore Xstrata plc  has signed an agreement for the sale of its entire interest

Japan utilities' coal, gas use hit record in 2013/14

Japan's main utilities consumed record volumes of thermal coal and gas for power generation in the year ended March amid the shutdown

Worldsteel calls for an industry-wide safety audit

The World Steel Association (worldsteel) calls for an industry-wide safety audit across the steel industry on the occasion of the Steel

Goldman Stands By $1,050 Gold Target at Year-End on U.S. Growth

Gold will resume a decline as U.S. economic growth accelerates, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.,

China group buys $6bn Glencore Peru copper mine

A Chinese consortium is buying Glencore Xstrata's copper mine in Peru in a $6bn (£3.6bn) all-cash deal,

Base Metals: China demand picks up amidst high inventory

China demand has picked up in base metals but inventories continue to remain high.

Russian grain trader GTCS seeks Egypt opportunity

GTCS Trading has raced up the rankings to become the second-largest trader of Russian grain since

Global wheat output may decline to 700 MT in 2014-15: IGC

Global wheat output is expected to drop marginally to 700 million tonnes in the 2014-15 crop year, says the UK-based

Africa's fast growth transforming commodity flows

For centuries, colonial era merchants tussled for access to Africa's raw materials, and huge swathes of Africa's geography became synonymous

Japan Traders Seen Returning $3 Billion on Commodities Fall

The commodities boom is over and you can have some money back. For investors in Japan’s biggest trading

China’s steelmakers have branched out into shadow banking—which is funny since they owe $484 billion

In its boom years, China’s status as the world’s biggest steel maker was an emblem of its

Tight money policy: outlook turns bearish for commodities

From the late 1990s until the financial crisis in 2008, most commodities experienced double-digit annual real (inflation- adjusted)

Enabling environment for steel industry slowly taking shape

AMID subdued demand, excess capacity and compressed margins, there is some good news for the Indian steel

India coal, power sectors need change in mindset: Clyde Russell

India's coal deficit is going from bad to worse and unless the country makes major policy changes, its hopes of

Commodities : Oil, coffee prices rally

Oil prices rose this week on uncertainty over energy supplies passing through Ukraine to the West, while

Trafigura Chasing Americas Growth to Ease Commodity Bottlenecks

Trafigura Beheer BV, the world’s second-biggest metals trader, is scouring for port and warehouse expansion

Angola seeks to diversify its economy by developing mining sector

For decades, the Angolan economy has been completely dominated by the country’s hydrocarbons sector.

China Steel Weekly: Prices Expected to Keep Bouncing Back

China's steel prices have rebounded in the month so far after a steep downtrend since the start of year, Citi Research said,
... 6 7 8 9 10  ...