Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Anglo American's central Chilean mines are operating normally after a strong quake, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing a company source.

GLENCORE is to buy full control of Mutanda Mining, a copper producer in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and lift its stake in the...

Anglo American has mortgaged its future in Chile by selling part of a stake in its southern Chilean properties that Codelco wants to buy into, says Codelco's CEO.

China's steel industry "firmly opposes" BHPBilliton and Rio Tinto's iron ore joint venture, calling it a "monopoly in disguise".

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Investment bank JP Morgan has grabbed more than half the copper on the London Metal Exchange, reports The Daily Telegraph.

Chambishi Metals, which shut owing to losses related to the global economic slowdown, would restart output later this week, its CEO said.

Kazakh miner ENRC has agreed a $1.25bn settlement with First Quantum Minerals to end a long-running dispute over ownership of the Kolwezi project in the DRC.

African Eagle has seen promising results from its second nickel deposit, but said it is too early for the company to make a decision on whether or not to change its focus from Dutwa.

ARM looks for coal and platinum prospects in Zimbabwe. It is advancing its copper plays and has its Namibian gold project up for sale.