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Here are a variety of trading strategies to indirectly short China's inflated real estate market.
BHP Billiton lays out specifics on how it plans to spend some of its massive capex monies, and Mongolia gives an update on its coal-field IPO.
In Japan, manufacturing plants and nuclear reactors taken offline by Friday's catastrophe will shake worldwide demand and pricing for raw materials, observers of the global commodities trades say.
Among metal and mining stocks, Steel Dynamics, Ternium and Teck Resources are trading at deep discounts.
Miners and steelmaker get set for Battle Royale over a vast coking coal deposit in Mongolia
The Australian floods have made a bad situation worse for many steelmakers around the world.
Some poorly run metal and mining stocks have lackluster fundamentals and should be sold immediately. Here is a list of six.
Here are the winners and losers among metals and mining stocks last week.
Base metals drifted lower Friday on concerns the sovereign debt crisis contagion could spread across Europe.
Steel, coal stocks, Cliffs Natural Resources, Vale and Rio Tinto are among the cheapest good buys.
Declining iron ore prices should help AK Steel but hurt Cliff Natural Resources and Vale.
The Oracle's Berkshire Hathaway is setting up a new venture in India and recently won a wager on the World Cup.
The strategy of going long on ArcelorMittal and shorting AK Steel may generate superior gains on a risk-adjusted basis during 2010.
Risk-adjusted performance analysis of base metal companies suggests the selloffs witnessed in Vale, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and many others are overdone.
ArcelorMittal, Steel Dynamics and POSCO are poised to recover from the recent selloffs to provide investors attractive gains.
Warren Buffett is among the shareholders of Korean steelmaker Posco worried about plans to acquire Daewoo, but it looks like the Korean steelmaker is moving ahead with the mega deal.
The U.S. coal miner raised its offer to acquire Australia's Macarthur Coal by 14% to $3.8 billion.
Global steelmakers are increasing prices and announcing expansion plans.
The South Korea steelmaker ups its outlook, as it expects a further increase in demand for steel.
Market Vectors Steel is benefiting from a strong fundamental picture that should propel the fund well into the next quarter.
Peabody Energy submitted a proposal to acquire Macarthur Coal but the offer was rejected by the Australian coal company.
The Oracle was busy making an acquisition, reducing his stake in Moody's and advising a South Korean steelmaker not to go through with an acquisition.
Global steel demand is poised to increase as steel producers are looking to ramp up production to meet the growing demand.
Anticipating a strong growth in demand for steel, steelmakers have taken steps to boost their production around the world this week.
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