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China's Tianjin bans new steel, cement plants - report

16/04/2014
The government of the industrial city of Tianjin in northern China said it would not approve any new steel,

Election adds bounce to Indian sugar demand

16/04/2014
Namdev Desai, manager of a small restaurant near the ruling Congress party's office in south Mumbai, has

Japan Follows China's Coal Rush

16/04/2014
Japan is following in China’s footsteps, all the way to a near-future powered by coal.

Corn Declines as Planting Worries Ease; Soybeans Advance

16/04/2014
Corn fell on speculation farmers will be able to complete intended plantings even after cold and wet weather

OAO Severstal Q1 Production Of Crude Steel Rises

16/04/2014
Russian steel company OAO Severstal said that production of crude steel for the first-quarter increased 3% to

Gold Seen Losing 22% by Westpac’s Smirk to End Year at $1,025

15/04/2014
Gold will decline 22 percent through 2014 to end the year at $1,025 an ounce as the U.S. Federal Reserve scales back stimulus

Rio Produces Record Iron Ore Output as Global Supply Gains

15/04/2014
Rio Tinto Group (RIO), the world’s second-largest mining company, said first-quarter iron ore production

Growing wheat to meet Asia's demands

15/04/2014
Farmers need to grow wheat varieties that Asian export markets want.

Iron Ore Price Drops, Import Hikes: China’s Steel Industry Set for a Rebound?

15/04/2014
Reuters reported last week that China’s iron ore imports rebounded in March from a 13-month low hit the

Iron-ore miners braced as demand growth falters

15/04/2014
The world is mining more iron ore than steel makers need. Australia, the largest supplier, sent 504 ships from Port Hedland during the first quarter of the year carrying

International coal prices remain depressed

15/04/2014
The international coal prices, a major cost component of the sector, continues to be a boon for the cement sector, as the bears have dominated the international

Gold Bears Wager Wrong Again as Fed Talk Favors Bulls

15/04/2014
Bearish speculators misjudged gold bets again as the release of Federal Reserve minutes extended this month’s

Indonesia: Coal miners extract more in Q1, defying govt plan for lower production

15/04/2014
Miners kept pumping up coal production in the first quarter of the year to offset a continuing price decline,

Goldman Predicts Commodity Declines Amid Rally in Bullion, Crops

15/04/2014
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. expects commodity prices to decline this year even after precious metals and crop prices rallied

China rebar, iron ore stretch losses; outlook wobbly

15/04/2014
Chinese steel and iron ore futures extended recent losses on Monday, pressured by a weak outlook for demand in the world's

Iron ore to price lower, averaging $115/dmt in 2014: Standard Bank

15/04/2014
Iron ore prices are likely to drop to $115/dry mt CFR China this year, lower than Q1's $120.68/dmt average, forcing as much

China Power-Station Coal Price Rebounding From Five-Year Low

15/04/2014
China’s power-station coal prices rebounded from the lowest level in more than five years as the nation’s largest railway for transporting

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

15/04/2014
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

15/04/2014
Wheat rebounded from a second weekly loss as clashes in eastern Ukraine prompted an emergency meeting of

Sale of Las Bambas Copper Mine Project

15/04/2014
Glencore Xstrata plc  has signed an agreement for the sale of its entire interest
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