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Metals & Mining Commodity News | Commodities News – Gold, Silver, Platinum

Kazakhmys details plans to split up company

Source: Financial Times, 24th July 2014

Copper miner details split to raise profitability, involving cutting number of mines from 16 to five and slashing workforce from 53,000 to 10,000

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BHP mines record level of iron ore

Source: Financial Times, 23rd July 2014

Anglo-Australian miner beat its own forecasts with record amount of iron ore extracted in the year to July, and expects production to rise further

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Aluminium prices hit 17-month highs

Source: Financial Times, 23rd July 2014

Low prices have forced producers to shut smelters in past 18 months, but after reaching a low of $1,677 a tonne in February, the LME three-month price for the light metal has soared

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Petropavlovsk optimistic on debt deal

Source: Financial Times, 22nd July 2014

UK-listed Russian gold miner says debt restructuring, production target and cost-cut forecasts for the year all on track, pushing shares up 5%

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Credit Suisse’s commodities exit in focus

Source: Financial Times, 22nd July 2014

Swiss bank said it will focus on more profitable structured products and credit businesses

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Foreign food chains face China disruption

Source: Financial Times, 22nd July 2014

Authorities step up checks on all mainland processing plants of a key supplier after allegations that it was passing off expired meat as fresh

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LME hands copper traders a ‘standing’ order

Source: Financial Times, 21st July 2014

Though warnings for this breach of open outcry etiquette are frequent, punishment is not. The last time a dealer was fined for such an offence was in January 2011.

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LME fines copper traders for “standing”

Source: Financial Times, 21st July 2014

Though warnings for standing are frequent, punishment is not. The last time a dealer was fined for such an offence was in January 2011.

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Severstal to sell North American plants

Source: Financial Times, 20th July 2014

Russian steelmaker agrees to sell its North American assets to two US steel groups for $2.3bn as it sheds its international assets to cut costs

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Prepay deals in question after Rosneft sanctions

Source: Financial Times, 18th July 2014

Russian company has around $15bn of so-called ‘prepayment deals’ with western traders such as Glencore, Vitol and Trafigura

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