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Sep 04, 2015
Updated 3 hours ago The CME Group has taken another step towards challenging the London Metal Exchange's dominance of base metals trading outside China with a new European aluminium premium contract due to launch later this month. The new 25 t contract will trade on the global CME...
Sep 04, 2015
Palladium's price drop to five-year lows has tarnished its reputation as the beacon of the precious metals sector, underscoring easy availability of metal to the market even after years of deficit. Above-ground stocks of palladium, chiefly used in emissions-curbing...
Sep 04, 2015
A plan by the South African government and mining companies to stem the wave of job losses sparked by falling metal prices and rising costs is seen as likely to do little to stem layoffs as it does not include a total freeze on job losses. The ten-point jobs pact...
Sep 04, 2015
What's Glencore worth? Getting a straight answer to this question depends as much on risk appetite as it does a shrewd analysis of the bombed-out commodities sector. There are plenty of obvious risks ahead for Glencore shareholders: the miner and commodities trader...
Sep 04, 2015
Zambia's Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) owned by London-listed Vedanta Resources has asked 133 employees to stay away from work on full pay while the company undertakes a review of the operations, its chief executive said on Friday. Zambia's largest mining union said on...
Sep 04, 2015
South Africa's Eskom is seeking R2-billion ($147-million) from Glencore and wants the commodity producer's local unit to resume coal supplies to its power stations immediately, the utility's acting chief executive said on Friday. Eskom wants Optimum Coal to start...
Sep 04, 2015
Eskom supports South Africa's plans to build more nuclear power stations because its benefits outweighed any cost concerns, the power utility's acting chief executive said on Friday. In the midst of it worst electricity supply shortages, Africa's most developed...
Sep 04, 2015
South African power utility Eskom expects the first 800 MW of power from its coal-fired power station, Kusile, to come on line from August 2017, the power firm said on Friday. Besides Kusile, Eskom said in a statement that the next major milestone was the...
Sep 04, 2015
Zambia's kwacha fell more than 2% and traded at a record low weaker than 10 per dollar for the first time on Friday weighed down by concerns over power supply in Africa's number two copper producer and weakening copper prices. The kwacha extended its losses to an all...
Sep 04, 2015
African Rainbow Minerals, led by CEO Mike Schmidt, posted a 58% fall in annual headline earnings on Friday reflecting lower commodity prices which forced it to shut down several manganese alloy furnaces. It said above-inflation cost increases, especially for...
 
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