In its Tracking the Trends 2013 report, Deloitte insists that companies must continue to invest.
Articles Tagged "mining companies"
A recent study by KPMG indicates that nearly one in three mining companies are looking to expand their productions through merger and acquisitions within the next two years.
OTC investing is risky, but interest is rising among Canadian mining companies in particular to join the OTCQB market.
Lithium – The most recent Resource Investing News 2011 Network Audience Survey revealed that the majority of respondents that focus on lithium consider energy to offer the greatest potential for investment in the future and a significant number of these respondents have been active in trading this year.
In times of global macroeconomic gloom, mining firms are facing an even harder time to get the money they need to operate.
Nickel – Mining Weekly reports Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett has offered to assist African governments with creating mining laws and agreements.
Iron – Business Insider reports the mining index is down 23%.
Coal – SouthGobi Resources Ltd ( CVE:SGQ) announced that the Mineral Resource Authority of Mongolia (MRAM) has officially registered the company's Soumber coal deposit.
Rare Earth – After Molycorp posted a Q1 loss, missing analysts’ expectations, ripples were felt through the rare earth mining sector. Are the investors that rushed to this market willing to wait for these companies to produce on their deposits, generating revenue, or are they looking for a quick buck?
Tantalum – The delay of the full implementation of the Conflict Minerals Act, while helping to create a more responsible and transparent system, may have harsh consequences for miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo.