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Avocet Mining cuts full-year gold target, shares slump

Avocet has cut its full-year output forecast due to the delayed delivery of key equipment to its gold mine in Burkina Faso.

China adds 10,000 tons to rare earths stockpiles – sources

Sources close to the matter say the country bought 10,000 metric tons of rare earths in the last week.

Heap leach demo plant to test copper/uranium ore processing at BHP’s Olympic Dam

BHP Billiton has been examining ways to cut costs in the proposed massive expansion of its huge Olympic Dam mine and has applied to construct a heap leach demo plant to test this option.

Rio’s Mozambique debacle sows seeds of next commodity boom

Rio’s retreat from Mozambique will function as a brake on any new ambitious ventures, and in doing so, sow the seeds of the next commodity boom.

Rio’s Mozambique debacle sows seeds of next commodity boom

Rio’s retreat from Mozambique will function as a brake on any new ambitious ventures, and in doing so, sow the seeds of the next commodity boom.

Bottom-fishing for the best juniors – Renken

It’s the lazy days of summer and Paul Renken, senior geologist and analyst with VSA Capital, is bottom-fishing. He explains his views of the market in the interview with The Gold Report.

BHP plans 3-year Olympic Dam process trial from late 2016

But BHP declined to comment on whether the trial meant any decision on expanding Olympic Dam would be put off until at least early 2020.

Productivity tops mining business risk – EY report

“The decade-long decline in productivity…will require complete business transformations to reverse,” says EY’s Mike Elliot.

Managing dwindling energy, water resources a top priority for mining

Burgeoning energy costs and competing water demands, particularly in Chile, Peru, South Africa and Mongolia, make managing costs a priority, says a new EY report.

China stockpiling strategic industrial metals – sources

Moly tender is first in about two decades and meantime traders see more Chinese buying before year-end.

China stockpiling strategic industrial metals – sources

Moly tender is first in about two decades and meantime traders see more Chinese buying before year-end.

Dissecting catalysts and mining stock price moves

Jocelyn August, senior analyst with Sagient Research’s CatalystTracker.com, follows catalysts that move resource stocks and talks shop with The Mining Report.

Australia could start uranium sales to India

Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb told newspersons that Australian uranium sales to India were very close.

Base metals prices trade sideways, $7,000 elusive for copper

Copper remains shy of the $7,000 per tonne mark, though otherwise has been quite strong.

Major ground collapse at Zimbabwe’s biggest platinum mine

Zimbabwe’s largest platinum mine loses half its production for 15 months due to major ground instability problems.

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