Norilsk Nickel, the world's largest palladium producer, said on Wednesday its production of palladium could decline in 2018.
Canada's RosCan Minerals Corporation announced this week that as it explores for gold potential at the Dormaa Project in Ghana and western Mali.
Concern is growing that 2018 could be the year that sub-Saharan Africa sees a new debt crisis, nearly 20 years since the last one was said to have been resolved.
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The world’s two largest silver mines have seen their productivity decline substantially due to falling ore grades and rising costs.
Better prospects for crude oil is nowhere more evident than on derivatives markets and the shift in positioning of large-scale derivatives speculators such as hedge funds.
Demand for physical gold improved slightly in most Asian hubs.
A $1.4 billion lawsuit against Canada's First Quantum Minerals in Zambia will go ahead, a Zambian court ruled after dismissing the company's bid to stop the case.
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