Noble chairman increases his stake

Iceberg’s critical report has weighed on trading house’s shares

Rio Tinto: black sheep

The proposed copper-coal merger makes little sense

Life away from BHP Billiton’s mother ship

South32 chief confident returns could outstrip those of parent

Vedanta to cut debt despite oil plunge

India-focused resources group responds to fall in commodities

Noble blames attack on ex-employee

CEO responds to accusations as group reports quarterly loss

26 July, 2006 - PIC: JACK ATLEY/ BLOOMBERG NEWS - STORY: RIO TINTO MINE - PIC SHOWS: A heavy earth moving truck is seen inside the Tom Price Iron Ore mine, operated by Rio Tinto, in north Western Australia, Australia, Wednesday 26 July, 2006. Photographer: Jack Atley/Bloomberg News.

Rio cost-cuts point to possible coal sale

Commodity price slump prompts miner to restructure businesses

Petropavlovsk’s restructuring approved

Miner to proceed with deeply discounted $235m rights issue

Iron ore price fall weighs on Vale profit

Brazilian mining group misses forecast as problems mount

weir group

Weir under pressure from low oil price

Shares fall 10% after engineer feels impact of energy sector slowdown

Car sale catalyst fails to drive platinum

Oversupply and switch from diesel engines send price down

BHP profits fall as price pressures tell

Miner cuts capital spending but sticks to demerger plans

S Africa records worst growth in 5 years

Strikes and infrastructure bottlenecks hit economy

BHP: banking on dividends

Mining company is pressing hard to keep investors happy

Doubts grow over Rahul Gandhi’s future

Critics hit at decision to take leave of absence during budget session of parliament

Gold: tarnished value

The yellow metal has allure, but its attractions can be overblown

Commodities explained: China’s new normal

Markets are having to come to terms with a shift in demand growth

NZ decision hits deep sea mining hopes

Environmental regulators cast shadow over emerging industry

Small-cap Week, February 21

Kenmare, Retroscreen, Bahamas Petroleum and Lidco featured

Barrick plans to go ‘back to the future’

Canadian group to sell two mines and return to nimble structure

Sapinda proposes Petropavlovsk deal

Investor would invest $100m into the gold miner


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