Uranium Investing News examines the top three year-to-date performances by junior and mid-tier uranium companies. Anfield Resources, Energy Fuels and NexGen Energy have all seen share price increases of 40 percent this year as they look to take advantage of the resurgent uranium market.
It's well known that many have been calling for a continued surplus in the copper market. However, some writers and analysts have said it's worth looking at other factors that could suggest the opposite — copper might be headed for a deficit sooner than we think.
Things could be looking up for Continental Gold now that it has released the results of a PEA for its Buriticá project in Colombia.
The firm said in a recent note that of all the companies it's ranked as "outperform," they have the best balance sheets.
The mining giant announced last week that it has abandoned the sale of its Western Australian Nickel West business, but what does it have planned for the asset? Nickel Investing News takes a look.
Bucking wider trends, one coal miner has finally cracked and decided to cut production at its Australian mines amidst growing oversupply in the global thermal coal market. Beginning mid-December, Glencore will halt Australian coal production for three weeks.
Interest in phosphate companies is slowly climbing as the market tries to shake itself out of its summer dormancy. Here's a look at where phosphate's future may lie.
Gold Investing News explains "capitulation" in terms of the gold market and examines whether the market may be on the verge of such an event.
Like the rest of the commodities market, the rare earths sector is definitely less exciting now than it was a few years ago. However, that isn't to say that rare earths miners have gone away completely. In fact, some have even seen share price rises in 2014.
UBS has been taken to task for misbehavior at its precious metals spot-trading desk. Meanwhile, First Majestic has released its Q3 results, noting that it's sold the silver it was holding back.