Copper prices dropped to their lowest level since late July in trading on the London Metal Exchange on Friday March 7.
Russell Clark, executive managing director of Wolf Minerals, which owns and operates the Hemerdon tungsten-tin project in southwest England, has been up since 4am.
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Talvivaara’s chief operating officer Darin Cooper is leaving the cash-strapped miner and chief technology officer Pertti Pekkala will assume responsibility for the Sotkamo mine’s operations until a replacement is found.
London Metal Exchange copper prices moved down in early Asian trading on Friday March7 on positive US unemployment data and as market participants awaited more numbers to confirm the recovery in the country’s economy.
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The Indonesian ore export ban kicked in at midnight on January 12. Here, Metal Bulletin offers an overview of how it is being implemented and the ramifications.
2014 FORECAST: Nickel ripe for Q1 recovery
Nickel prices have a good chance of recovery in the first quarter of 2014 as the market starts to price in the Indonesian export ban and demand stirs, industry participants told Metal Bulletin.
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