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Inflation’s back and commodities will benefit, JPMorgan says

Metals show ‘best performance’ when inflation quickens to 2%.

US steel import tariff could hurt SA steel sector

The implementation of the tariff could decrease local production.


The coal crisis at Eskom worsens …

Putting the uninterrupted provision of power at risk.

SA coal terminal boosts productivity with R1.34bn upgrade

Terminal on track meet record 77m ton export target.

LATEST Diamonds and gems  

De Beers eyes Zimbabwe, DRC after gaining SA permits

Company was granted 16 new licenses in Northern Cape province.

De Beers returns to South African roots with Kimberley exploration drive

The diamond giant has 16 exploration permits for South Africa.

The biggest oil organisations on the planet disagree about 2018

Their conflicting views reflect differences on US shale oil.

Oil slips from highest in more than two years before Opec meets

Russia is said to be willing to announce cut extension on November 30.

Mantashe to meet Xolobeni residents opposed to mining

But residents sceptical of his intentions.

Calls for nationalisation of mines as more job losses loom at Impala

Amcu says it’s time to stop exporting jobs abroad, and focus on local beneficiation.


Fate of SA gold rests on one giant, loss-making mine

Can South Deep deliver?

What’s behind the drop in gold and platinum?

The US dollar and stock prices are surging, prompting a flight from speculative investments.

Barrick Gold agrees to buy rival Randgold in all-share deal

New Barrick Group will have a combined market value of $18 billion.

How Anglo quietly built a commodity trader in Glencore’s shadow

In just five years, the century-old miner assembled marketing operations that now sell more metals than the company produces.

LATEST Mining Indaba  

‘We need to make sure everyone leaves the party with a balloon’

What SA mining has to get right.

Day 2 at the Mining Indaba: Here’s the latest

Randgold CEO rails against 'short-termism' and De Beers eyes prospects in Zimbabwe, Congo.

Miner Lonmin narrows first-half loss, cuts annual spending target

As the platinum miner prepared for a merger with Sibanye-Stillwater.

Impala Platinum shares sink to lowest since 1999

On output and cost concerns.

LATEST Silver  

Metals enjoy longest rally in seven years as low rates lure cash

Aluminum, lead and silver gain more than 14% in first quarter.

Silver seen climbing faster than gold as Yellen wakens bulls

Metal is ‘substantially undervalued’ versus peer, Gregersen says.



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