BHP executive
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Basto boost at BHP and other recent executive movements

Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, featuring BHP, Newmont, Chalice and more.
Evolution profit
Commodities, Finance, Gold, News

Profit falls but Evolution in full swing

Evolution Mining conceded it didn’t meet performance expectations in the 2021–22 financial year, where its profit decreased 6 per cent.
St Barbara Catalyst
Commodities, Exploration/Development, Gold, News

St Barbara drops out of Catalyst JV

St Barbara will no longer work with Catalyst Metals to develop the Drummartin gold project after withdrawing from its JV agreement.
zinc price
Base metals, Commodities, Finance, News

Zinc price surges amid supply fears

The zinc price enjoyed its biggest one-day gain since October 2021 on Tuesday, rising above $US3800 per tonne. So what caused this?
IMARC
News

The long-awaited return of IMARC

IMARC will host over 7500 attendees from over 100 countries at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from November 2-4.

Features

AngloGold

How AngloGold Ashanti is inspiring the green transition

As a true champion of sustainability, AngloGold Ashanti is setting a strong example that other mining companies can follow. 
nickel

The nickel outlook: Three companies to keep an eye on

We take a trip down memory lane to unpack the origins of nickel and explore the current outlook for the commodity.
zinc

Exploring zinc, the unassuming green metal

Zinc is becoming more and more important in the green transition. We take a closer look at its renewable energy future.
Red 5

Red 5 reaches the golden summit at King of the Hills

Red 5 is eager to ascend the Australian gold mining mountain, and its new King of the Hills operation could be the ticket.
higher cash rate

Higher cash rate: How does this affect commodity prices?

Economist Alexandra Colalillo examines the question of whether a higher cash rate is the right policy response to a negative supply shock.
uranium

Is it time for uranium to shine?

With the world’s largest uranium resources, Australia could be a major beneficiary of nuclear power's recent global revival.
   
   
   

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