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Metals / Commodities

The World’s Inventory Of This Rare Metal Has Quietly Fallen To Zero

The World’s Inventory Of This Rare Metal Has Quietly Fallen To Zero

Sep 12, 2016 at 09:44 | Dave Forest

Here’s a story you haven’t heard anything about. But which might vault into the headlines of the mining investment world very, very soon. World molybdenum stocks are nearly…

Why Is Rio Tinto Giving Diamonds Away For Free?

Why Is Rio Tinto Giving Diamonds Away For Free?

Sep 01, 2016 at 09:41 | Dave Forest

It’s not often that quality mining assets come up for sale. And it’s even rarer they’re given away for free. But news this week suggests that’s exactly what’s…

Miners Reel From Increased Government Intervention In Major Projects

Miners Reel From Increased Government Intervention In Major Projects

Jul 29, 2016 at 08:57 | Dave Forest

I find myself writing a lot about governments lately. With moves in the global legal and regulatory space seemingly coming fast and furious recently for resource companies. And this week…

Commodity Prices Jump As Philippines’ Government Cracks Down On Miners

Commodity Prices Jump As Philippines’ Government Cracks Down On Miners

Jul 22, 2016 at 10:00 | Dave Forest

Attention global mining industry. Things are getting dire this week in the Philippines. Potential problems have been looming in this important copper, gold and nickel nation since the…

Bad News For Miners: Cash Strapped Governments Up Royalties

Bad News For Miners: Cash Strapped Governments Up Royalties

Jul 20, 2016 at 09:43 | Dave Forest

Governments in resource-rich nations worldwide are still scrambling to adjust to lower commodities prices. With officials in a number of countries making significant moves this week to fix…

These Key Investors Just Withdrew $1B Out Of The Mining Sector

These Key Investors Just Withdrew $1B Out Of The Mining Sector

Jul 18, 2016 at 10:03 | Dave Forest

This past weekend, I discussed the problems facing big natural resource investment funds. Noting how deep-pocketed buyers have been unable to find quality assets to pick up, even at…

Is Kazakhstan About To Nationalize More Uranium Assets?

Is Kazakhstan About To Nationalize More Uranium Assets?

May 30, 2016 at 10:48 | Dave Forest

I wrote in March about world’s top uranium nation, Kazakhstan, making thinly-veiled threats against uranium miners. And this past week, we may have seen the first moves…

Upcoming Labor Negotiations Might Boost Copper, Platinum Prices

Upcoming Labor Negotiations Might Boost Copper, Platinum Prices

May 24, 2016 at 10:14 | Dave Forest

The world’s #1 producing nations for platinum and copper are facing a common problem this week. And latest developments suggest this issue could be a potentially explosive one. The challenge…

With a Collapse in Commodity Prices, What Happens Next?

With a Collapse in Commodity Prices, What Happens Next?

Oct 06, 2015 at 16:20 | Michael McDonald

This has to be a scary time for virtually all commodities investors, whether one is talking about investing in commodities directly or in commodities companies. From…

Is This The Decade's Most Important Mining News?

Is This The Decade's Most Important Mining News?

Sep 25, 2015 at 11:22 | Dave Forest

It might not be immediately apparent -- but the global mining sector just changed forever.That's not because of a technical advance or a major discovery (yet). But rather…

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