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Among other metals, silver is treading water while zinc is a big mover.
IMF cuts growth estimates for the U.K. by almost 1 percentage point for 2017.
A closely watched market sentiment indicator points to gloom in Germany and the euro area, while U.K. price growth picks up pace.
Second-quarter production slips across most categories in the miner's newly created energy and minerals unit, while Australian iron ore output disappoints.
Takeover excitement after ARM's $32 billion SoftBank offer pulls the FTSE 100 higher, though travel stocks decline after the Turkey uprising.
Industry followers expect commodity prices to weigh down mining shares in the coming months, creating an opportunity to buy these large-cap players at a bargain.
Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
Better snap up Alcoa now, before its splits, to take advantage of both its businesses.
U.K. homebuilders continue their post-Brexit recovery in London, as financial stocks and miners also progress.
BHP, RIO and Anglo American have all gained more than 10% since Brexit, but there is little to suggest their fortunes have really turned.
Shares of Rio Tinto (RIO) are falling after the company’s new CEO quelled rumors of a spin-off sale of Rio’s less profitable assets.
A surging price of Sliver boosts miners including Silver Mines.
With little exposure to Britain or the pound the likes of Rio Tinto and BHP have little to fear from Brexit.
Car makers and banks buck the positive trend in Japan.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders, automakers, and food retailers also posting steep declines.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders and food retailers also posting steep declines.
A management restructuring has created a unit full of unwanted assets that will be spruced up for sale and perhaps a spinoff.
Ever hear of space congestion, Bots or liquid biopsy? The phrases are part of a group of 21 investment buzzwords identified by Goldman Sachs in its annual buzzword report.
After a rally on Monday, stock indices struggle for direction ahead of Thursday's E.U. referendum vote in the U.K.
Especially if the yen weakness continues and Brexit support polls remain close.
U.K.’s June 23 referendum on its relationship with the European Union sends jitters through markets across the globe
Rio Tinto (RIO) plans to purchase $3 billion of notes for its capital management program.
Weak U.S. job figures support higher commodities prices.
Shares of Rio Tinto (RIO) are increasing after the company said a bauxite boom will be driven by Chinese demand for raw material for aluminum.
Grocer Ahold counters a negative mood dominated by "Brexit" worries and weak commodity prices.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Rio Tinto plc is the #13 broker analyst pick, on average, out of the 50 stocks making up the Metals Channel Global Mining Titans Index, according to Metals Channel. The Metals Channel Global Mining Titans Index is comprised of the top fifty global leaders from the metals and mining sector.
France's Bouygues and Italy's Salvatore Ferragamo buck the trend on quarterly figures.
Investment grade corporate bonds went on a rollercoaster ride in the first quarter, with spreads blowing out and then narrowing.