Rio gives away PNG copper mine stake

Shuttered mine holds reserves worth billions of dollars

Mongolia opposition sweeps to election win

Economic woes help MPP return by landslide after four-year gap

Statoil warns of threats to green energy

UK’s Brexit vote highlighted as example of risk to co-operation

Huge diamond fails to dazzle at sale

Bid of $61m for 1,109 carat Lesedi La Rona falls short of reserve

Autonomous Haulage Trucks operating at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas mine in the Pilbara. (Photo provided by Rio Tinto)

Rio Tinto cuts exposure to tax havens

Miner bows to pressure over avoidance by multinationals

An undated handout photograph from Anglo American Plc shows coal being stockpiled at the Moura coal mine in Australia, released to the media on Monday, June 22, 2009. Xstrata Plc, the Swiss metals company that sold shares in London seven years ago, is seeking a merger with Anglo American Plc to create a mining group that would rival BHP Billiton Ltd., the world's largest. Source: VisMedia via Bloomberg News EDITOR'S NOTE: NO SALES. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.

Anglo American close to coal mines sale

BHP among the leading bidders for Australian sites

Few bright spots in UK traders’ sea of red

Gold miners and groups with global sales are FTSE’s only risers

Rio Tinto appoints new head of iron ore

Chris Salisbury to run unit that generates most of group’s profit

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Kenmare shares leap on Oman capital boost

Indebted miner agrees $100m equity injection from sovereign wealth fund

China coalminers seek new debt terms

Price slump devastates country’s mining heartland

Gold miners emerge as Brexit havens

Shares spike as price of shiny yellow metal hits two-year high

William Hill slips on earnings worries

Late-afternoon rally allows FTSE 100 to pare much of session’s losses

Banks censured for backing fossil fuel

Citi, Deutsche and JPMorgan ‘at odds’ with Paris climate pact

Kazakh leader needs to address real grievances

Any domestic instability could have repercussions internationally

Peru’s new president seeks to heal divisions

Former Wall St banker tries to balance market reform with populist measures

Ex-World Bank economist wins Peru poll

Kuczynski beats Fujimori by fewer than 42,000 votes

McClendon probe finds no suicide evidence

US shale gas pioneer was killed in SUV crash

Former LME boss eyes new metals exchange

Move driven by dissatisfaction with fee structure

Zinc stands out from the metals pack

Raw material is best-performing metal this year on supply cuts

Worse to come for miners, says South32

Chief warns ‘more pain to come’ with price jump unlikely to last


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