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Goldman’s Commodity Unit Sees Worst Q1 In A Decade

Goldman’s Commodity Unit Sees Worst Q1 In A Decade

Jul 03, 2017 at 12:11 | Tsvetana Paraskova

The leading commodities trader among global investment banks, Goldman Sachs, is assessing the future direction of its commodities business, following the worst start to a year in more than a…

Wall St. Gears Up For The World’s Biggest Oil Trade

Wall St. Gears Up For The World’s Biggest Oil Trade

Apr 10, 2017 at 15:29 | Irina Slav

International banks are preparing for the Hacienda Hedge – the secretive oil deal that has seen Mexico earn billions from successful bets on future oil prices. Detailed in an

Will Ecuador’s Mining Sector Return To Its Golden Days?

Will Ecuador’s Mining Sector Return To Its Golden Days?

May 04, 2016 at 10:06 | Dave Forest

It was a tough day for mining in Latin America yesterday, with prosecutors in Brazil announcing a $43.55 billion lawsuit against BHP Billiton and Vale over…

Physical Gold Demand At A 6 Year Low But Prices Soar

Physical Gold Demand At A 6 Year Low But Prices Soar

Apr 29, 2016 at 09:35 | Dave Forest

Gold is looking strong again this week — gaining after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly held off on stimulus Thursday, causing a decline in the dollar. Gold stocks are also…

South African Miners Disgruntled After Changes In Mining Code

South African Miners Disgruntled After Changes In Mining Code

Apr 19, 2016 at 10:12 | Dave Forest

The mining sector in one of the world’s most important platinum, gold and coal nations is in an uproar this week. After the government surprised the…

Copper Prices Ignited By Chinese Demand Growth

Copper Prices Ignited By Chinese Demand Growth

Apr 15, 2016 at 10:06 | Dave Forest

A couple of very important notes for the copper market the last few days. Which have the price for the red metal once again showing unexpected…

Gold Prices Could Spike As India Resumes Imports

Gold Prices Could Spike As India Resumes Imports

Apr 12, 2016 at 09:39 | Dave Forest

For nearly six weeks, the global gold market has been missing its largest buyer. With gold purchases across the nation of India being paralyzed by a…

Is South America Set For A Gold Rush?

Is South America Set For A Gold Rush?

Apr 11, 2016 at 09:51 | Dave Forest

There was a very interesting note buried within a report this weekend from the Wall Street Journal on gold M&A from Chinese mining firms. It suggested…

West African Nations Crack Down On ‘’Inactive’’ Miners

West African Nations Crack Down On ‘’Inactive’’ Miners

Apr 06, 2016 at 10:06 | Dave Forest

Interesting concurrence of events the past week. With not one, but two countries announcing plans for major overhauls in the mining sector. Those are the West…

Huge Uranium Deposits May Soon Be Fair Game In Argentina

Huge Uranium Deposits May Soon Be Fair Game In Argentina

Apr 05, 2016 at 10:14 | Dave Forest

The most intriguing news on the world stage this week came from uranium. Where a longtime no-go mining nation looks to be on the verge of…

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