Copper – Copper prices are up on the London exchange supported by a weak dollar and better-than-expected economic data from Japan.
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Copper – Last month's landslide at Utah's Bingham Canyon, one of the world's largest copper mines, triggered significant discussion on possible copper shortages. Brent Cook, veteran geologist and publisher of Exploration Insights, puts the landslide into perspective in this interview with The Metals Report. And for investors who want to dig out profit potential beyond the yellow metal, Cook gives us a byproduct primer and suggests base metals are a great way to diversify.
Copper – Rio Tinto could be a few short weeks away from exporting metal from the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia.
Copper – Despite having recouped some of its losses from the previous session, Dr. Copper appears to be suffering from an ailing economy.
Copper – Copper prices continue to fall on the London Metal Exchange (LME).
Copper – Capstone Mining signed a deal with BHP Billiton for the Pinto Valley copper mine and associated railroad company. The mine changed hands for US$650 million.
Copper – Copper Investing News recently spoke with Brad Marwood, managing director of Tiger Resources. Brad discussed Tiger's producing copper-cobalt project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and helped clear up some of the negative perception that investors might have when it comes to operations in that region.
Copper – The absence of stellar economic growth data out of China and gold’s largest single-day drop in decades together pushed copper to an 18-month low this week. The red metal traded dangerously close to bear market conditions.
Copper – Amid declining ore grades and rising mining costs, investors may want to look closely at regions with low geopolitical risk. After a couple of years of declining production, the United States is set to increase its copper output for a second year on the back of a slew of promising projects.
Copper – Amid dismal economic data out of Europe, copper made slight gains from an eight-month low as Chile’s port strike caused a supply squeeze.