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OVER the past decade, 43 million tonnes of copper have been mined but never processed.
NEW YORK: Platinum prices soared to their highest in nearly 6½ years, fuelled by expectations that a rebound in the global economy would stoke demand for the metal used in auto catalysts.
LONDON: Global shares rose for the 11th day in a row to reach a fresh peak on optimism about the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and new fiscal aid from Washington, while tensions in the Middle East drove oil to a 13-month high
LONDON: Investors are pushing major European companies to make sure the "missing" costs of climate change are properly reflected in their financial statements, a move that could wipe billions of dollars off the value of sectors from energy to aviation.
CAPE TOWN: South Africa’s gold industry has been dying slowly for years. As the coronavirus undercuts the already fragile case for investment, its platinum mines may be next.
LIMA: Authorities in Chile are cracking down on water use by mines in the driest desert on earth, threatening future supply in the top copper-producing nation.
BHP Group’s future can do without hydrocarbons.
IT’S looking decidedly somber out there for the world’s favourite sparkly stone - diamonds.