Copper – Northern Life reported yesterday that Vale (NYSE:VALE) stopped operations at its Copper Cliff mine after an equipment malfunction on Sunday.
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Iron – Mining.com reported that top iron ore producer Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) will expand operations at its mine in Carajas, Brazil. The mine is currently the world's largest iron-ore complex.
Copper – Northern Ontario Business reported this morning that a worker was killed in an accident at a Sudbury's Copper Cliff Smelter over the weekend.
Nickel – Reuters reported that Vale SA's (NYSE:VALE) Canadian unit is now working on its Sudbury Basin-based Copper Cliff Deep nickel project once again and hopes to have a feasibility study ready by the end of 2014.
Nickel – Three-month nickel on the London Metal Exchange has largely moved upward in the wake of Indonesia's decision. Encouragingly, Vale believes further gains are to come.
Silver – When the bulls are running for the doors, that is a sign that we have hit bottom and wise investors should hold on to their portfolios for the ride up, says Silver-Investor.com Editor David Morgan in this interview with The Gold Report.
Iron – Vale's CEO says the current drop in iron ore in China is "transitory" because the country's economic fundamentals are solid, Bloomberg reported.
Nickel – Nickel is a substantial part of New Caledonia's economy. Here's a look at what it's like to mine the metal in the country, as well as which companies are doing so.
Coal – Reuters reported that Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) intends to sell a 15- to 25-percent stake in its coal operations as it works to bring in funding, cut capital commitments and help mitigate risk. The company has already seen interest from potential partners.
Coal – Mineweb reported that attendees of the Coaltrans Mozambique conference were told that the country's major coal producers, such as Rio Tinto plc (ASX:RIO,LSE:RIO,NYSE:RIO) and Vale SA (NYSE:VALE), need to decrease their logistics costs in order to become profitable.