Copper – Mining.com reported that Chile miner Codelco is currently being represented by the country's State Defense Council in a suit against 22 people who purportedly robbed the mine of millions of dollars worth of Copper
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Moly – Foster Wheeler AG (NASDAQ:FWLT) announced that a contract for "engineering, procurement and related services" for a grassroots, Chile-based molybdenum refinery has been awarded to a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group. The contract was awarded by an affiliate of CODELCO, and the new facility will be one of the largest of its kind.
Silver – Silver prices were pushed down this week by anxiety about the end of quantitative easing, but Thomson Reuters GFMS and the US Mint provided some more positive news.
Silver – Mining Weekly reported that Codelco's $3-billion Ministro Hales mine project, which is set to reach production in the first half of 2014, will produce silver as well as copper, allowing the company to become one of the top 10 silver producers in the world.
Copper – Copper ended in the black on Thursday after traders weighed the impact of the mixed economic data coming from the U.S. and the upcoming holiday week in China.
Copper – Chile's top copper producer, Codelco, is eyeing a significant rise in 2014 copper premiums due to renewed demand from China, according to Reuters.
Copper – Here's a look at the three largest copper mines in the world: Escondida, Chuquicamata and Grasberg.
Copper – Copper prices were up on Thursday, with optimism from Chinese and Chilean data giving the red metal an upward push. Operations at Freeport's Grasberg mine resumed this week.
Copper – Mining Weekly reported that operations have resumed at Codelco's Andina mine after a protest from workers earlier this week.
Copper – Reuters reported that Codelco's CEO remains optimistic about the long-term future for copper prices, but expects the short term to be volatile.