BHP Billiton faces Australian tax dispute

Miner scrutinised over marketing hub in Singapore

Mongolia seeks to annul miner’s claim

Action comes after breakdown of talks and death of Khan chairman

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Rallies point to commodities turnround

Iron ore rose 12% this week while Brent oil hit 2015 high

Antofagasta sells Chile water business for $1bn

UK-listed miner to use funds to develop copper projects

Freeport-McMoRan eyes oil stake sale

Copper producer grapples with debt load and commodities downturn

US growth drives Caterpillar forward

Lift in profit forecasts signals worst is over equipment maker

Fresh scrutiny over Clinton financial dealings

New book makes allegations over donations to family’s foundation

Anglo cuts diamond production forecast

Miner blames reduction on ‘current trading conditions’

Fortescue raises $2.3bn to refinance debt

Iron ore miner lifts yield to draw investors to junk bond issue

Copper groups position for price recovery

Hopes rise for rally as shrinking pipeline indicates deficit

BHP puts the brakes on iron ore expansion

Anglo-Australian miner slows output amid drop in prices

X2 signals it could do deals in 2015

Ex-Xstrata CEO accuses public company investors of short-termism

Asia Resource postpones refinancing vote

Rothschild considering making sweetened offer

Sierra Rutile to cast off Ebola’s pall

Mining company pushes ahead with Sierra Leone expansion plans

Rio iron ore output climbs despite glut

First-quarter production rises 12% even as price falls

Zambia backtracks on miners’ tax regime

Barrick Gold had threatened to mothball mine after reform

Trafigura sees oil fall as an opportunity

Weir says trading group unlikely to buy a big miner or oil producer

Volatile climate puts billions at risk

Energy industry preparing for a painful adjustment

Fortescue Metals: a thousand cuts

Australia’s third-largest producer is in a bind


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