Iron – The United States is far from being the world's biggest producer of iron ore, but it does have a long history of mining the metal.
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ArcelorMittal, Lake Shore Gold, Freeport-McMoRan and a number of US-focused oil and gas companies were mentioned by analysts last week as showing potential for significant upside.
Iron – The country’s largest producer has been added to the list of major assets currently on the block. Here, we look at some potential buyers.
Zinc – The zinc market has recently experienced price swings driven by Chinese economic news. Meanwhile, analysts are divided on the outlook for the base metal.
Iron – Reuters reported that ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) will sell its 15-percent stake — worth $1.1 billion — in ArcelorMittal Mines Canada, its Canadian unit, to a consortium that includes China Steel (TPE:2002) and South Korea's POSCO (NYSE:PKX).
Iron – The Mary River project on remote Baffin Island could change the face of Canadian iron mining. Here’s what has to happen to bring it into production.
Iron – Reuters reported that Canada's Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development has approved the construction of an iron ore mine in Nunavut. The open-pit Mary River project still needs a project certificate and water license and is years away from production, but could produce up to 18 million tonnes of iron ore per year over 21 years.
Manganese – Mining Weekly reported that ArcelorMittal plans to sell its stake in Kalagadi Manganese
Iron – Bloomberg reported Senegal says it will resolve a legal dispute with ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) before negotiating with other companies on developing its iron-ore reserves.
Manganese – ArcelorMittal, Glencore, and Vale are at the center of some recent transactions involving major manganese assets. Here’s a look at how the landscape is evolving as a result.