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China to close nearly two thousand small coal mines

China will close 1,725 small-scale mines with a total capacity of 117.48 million tonnes in 2014 as part of its

Scotiabank leads in quarterly Canadian M&A as resources rebound

Bank of Nova Scotia led investment banks in advising on mergers and acquisitions in Canada and finished

Still crushing some metals and mining stocks

Chances are, at some point today—if you interacted at all with other humans by traveling to work,

New risks to commodities on downgrades to China growth, Ukraine tensions

Downgrades to the China growth outlook and the threat of an escalation in geopolitical risk surrounding

Gold Pares Weekly Decline in London Before U.S. Jobs Data

Gold pared a weekly decline as investors awaited U.S. payrolls data that may show the fastest jobs growth

Wheat Set for Biggest Weekly Drop Since January on Rains in U.S.

Wheat declined for a third time in four days, heading for the biggest loss in 12 weeks, on speculation

Pakistan: Iron ore deposits to bring about industrial revolution

Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif sees an industrial revolution coming to Chiniot after the exploration of iron ore reserves in the district.

China steel, iron ore futures gain on economic support

Chinese steel and iron ore futures edged higher on Thursday, spurred by Beijing's move to hasten construction of railway

Vale CEO Sees Iron Ore Averaging $110 a Ton Over Next Two Years

Vale SA (VALE5), the world’s biggest iron ore producer, expects to get about $110 a metric ton for the steelmaking commodity over the next

India: Iron ore production set to grow 14% in FY15

India’s iron ore production is likely to grow 14% to touch 155 million tonne in fiscal 2014-15. For the just concluded year 2013-14,

Iron Ore Swaps Trading Rises to Record on Bets for China Growth

Iron ore swaps trading climbed to a record last month on the Singapore Exchange as miners and investors bet on growth in China,

Brazil's Vale CEO confident on lining up coal partner

Brazil's Vale SA expects to line up a partner for its coal operations in Australia and Mozambique despite weak

Copper: Chile earth quake effect begins to wear off, but remains positive

The Chile earth quake effect on Copper appears to have eased as mines return to normal work after

Copper Drops From 3-Week High as Chilean Mines Return to Normal

Copper fell for the first time in three days as mines in Chile, the world’s biggest producer, were returning to

Global food prices rise 2.3% in March: FAO

Global food prices rose to a 10-month high in March due to bad weather in the United States and Brazil and

Olam CEO sees more consolidation in commodities sector

The global commodities industry is set to see further consolidation, with the metals sector ripe for

Wheat Extends Biggest Drop in Five Weeks as Rains May Aid Crops

Wheat extended the biggest decline in five weeks on speculation that rainfall from Australia to the U.S, the

Gold Falls Toward Seven-Week Low on Improving U.S. Data

Gold declined toward a seven-week low in New York as improving U.S. data added to the case for reduced

China's COFCO to pay $1.5 bln for stake in Noble's agribusiness

COFCO Corp has agreed to pay $1.5 billion for a majority stake in Noble Group Ltd's agribusiness, its second

Stainless steel prices set to rise as nickel turns costlier

Faced with a 15 per cent jump in nickel prices, stainless steel finished product manufacturers are considering raising prices in phases.
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