Articles Tagged "NYSE:FCX"

Chris Berry: ‘Do the Math’ to Choose Graphite, Cobalt Juniors

Cobalt – Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners and the Disruptive Discoveries Journal was a hot commodity at this week's Canvest conference. He participated in multiple panels and gave his own talk, and still found time to speak with the Investing News Network about why he sees opportunity in the graphite and cobalt markets.

Critical Metals Trends: Bullish on Cobalt

Cobalt – The 2015 Canvest conference in Vancouver featured a lively panel discussion on critical metals trends. In particular, Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners and the Disruptive Discoveries Journal spoke about why he's bullish on cobalt.

Southern Copper’s Tia Maria Project: Social License and the Copper Market

Copper – Problems at Southern Copper's Tia Maria mine reached new heights on Friday when Peru declared a state of emergency due to violent protests at the operation. The situation highlights the importance of obtaining social license when developing mining projects.

World’s Biggest Mining Companies Betting on Copper

Copper – There's still some uncertainty regarding how soon copper will shift into a deficit. However, positive arguments for the copper price got some support on Friday when a report from Bloomberg stated that five of the world's largest mining companies have all said good things about the red metal over the last month.

Production Down in First Quarter for Gold, Copper and Iron Ore

Gold – SNL Financial reported that there has been a significant fall in quarter-on-quarter production for gold, copper and iron ore, based on companies who have already released their data.

Copper Sees Improved Sentiment on Supply Issues

Copper – The copper price is still under $3 per pound, but the red metal continues to slowly creep upward as supply issues pop up. On Tuesday, the metal gained just over 1 percent to reach $2.76 per pound. Copper has been around that level since March 20, and has gained 11.74 percent since hitting a multi-year low in January.