Rio Tinto

3 Top Metals and Mining Stocks You Should Consider Buying Now

These three established metals and mining stocks look poised to thrive in coming years.<p>Metals and mining stocks were thrown off gear after prices of …

Stocks

DAX Slides, Other European Markets Follow on German Political Turmoil

Investing.com - European markets opened lower on Monday, as German political turmoil dampened market sentiment and as investors eyed an upcoming …

Stock Markets

Is Rio Tinto buying up assets in Chile? Demarcus' blog suggests so

Readers of this column might be aware of our enduring fascination with French yummy mummy (her description) <b>Muriel Demarcus</b>, whose blog has provided …

Hub launched to enhance Australia’s industries

The ARC Research Hub for Computational Particle Technology (CPT) represents significant research into particle science and technology. It aims to …

Australian Universities

ASX struggles to gain traction as miners weigh

An early lurch lower set up a dismal start to the week's ASX trade, but shares staged a partial comeback through Monday's session as the major banks …

Markets

Dividend surge from British miners helps global pay-outs to record high

A surge in dividend payments from British companies led a record quarter for pay-outs to investors around the world as an improving global economy …

Economy

Downbeat Mood Extends to Asia Stocks

Asia stocks continued from last week's downbeat end to close mostly lower on Monday with Japan's benchmark index leading the region's declines.<p>The …

Markets

Markets Live: $A hits 5-month low

Australian shares may <b>tread water</b> to start a relatively quiet data week as Wall Street slipped from record highs. ASX futures slipped 4 points or 0.1 …

Business (Australia)

Mining Stocks Are Booming, but Did You Miss Your Chance?

Global commodities mining companies have seen their stocks propelled over the past several months, with BHP Billiton plc (BBL) Rio Tinto plc (RIO) …

Banking

Fletcher outlines autonomous vehicles approach

Date: 16.11.2017<p><b>Minister skirts trucks issue in explaining government’s position</b><p>Urban infrastructure minister Paul Fletcher has given indications on …

Transportation

Barren years over as economy flourishes

November 19, 2017 12:01AM<p>FORGET green shoots, all the signs indicate WA — the nation’s former economic engine room — is finally beginning to flourish …

Economy

Will Rio Tinto Get a Lift From Lithium Frenzy?

If press reports are true, minerals producer <b>Rio Tinto</b> (RIO) could spend billions on a stake in a Chilean lithium producer.<p>Rio doesn't have any …

Stocks

British stocks fall back as Carillion crashes, Sky soars

LONDON (Reuters) - British stocks fell back into the red on Friday, ending a short-lived recovery rally as takeover interest boosted Sky and …

Markets

ICYMI: Trump’s Shark Fin Soup, Hunting for Toddlers, & More

A weekly roundup for busy people<p>While visiting Vietnam, President Trump dines on shark fin soup instead of his customary well-done steak. Shark …

South Dakota

TrustCapital Advisors sells five towers for $727.55 million

Singapore fund manager TrustCapital Advisors has finalised the sale of five major office buildings on Australia's east coast for $727.55 million.

Real Estate

Indian Diamond Consumer Market Comprises Of Only 7% In World

India's growing consumer market has encouraged many associations which boosted the sale of goods and services across industries. In order to drive …

India

Asia Stocks Limp Home as Early Optimism Fades

It was a mixed day for Asia's stock markets as early optimism from Wall Street overnight cooled later in the day.<p>Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 led the …

Markets

There's a $300 billion reason why every automaker should be seriously looking into self-driving trucks

• <b>Full automation of the trucking industry could save $300 billion in labor costs, according to Bernstein.</b>• <b><br>The net savings are likely to be between $100 billion-$125 billion, because the costs of using self-driving trucks would offset some of the savings from wages.</b>• <b><br>Tesla on Thursday is expected to</b> …

Business

Is Freeport-McMoRan, Inc. a Buy?

<b>Freeport-McMoRan</b> (NYSE: FCX) is the world's largest publicly traded copper producer. Changes in the price of copper therefore have a significant impact on Freeport's earnings and cash flow, which in turn impacts its stock price. For example, the uptick in market conditions over the past year has …

Stocks

Rio Tinto’s 2.11-Carat Red Is Its Most Valuable Diamond Ever

Melbourne, Australia--Earlier this year, Rio Tinto presented the largest red diamond it’s ever recovered from its Argyle mine in Australia.<p>Now, the …

Luxury

BHP sees solar and wind potential for US legacy mines

BHP has partnered with US nonprofit energy firm Rocky Mountain Institute on the Sunshine for Mines program, focused on redevelopment of disused …

Energy

ASX snaps run of losses as banks climb and Domain lists

Shares overcame the early wobbles on Thursday to finish moderately higher, on a busy day which featured a plethora of annual shareholder meetings, a …

Markets

Mining firms drag the FTSE down as commodity prices drop

Commodity prices tumbled this morning, dragging miners and oil firms down and causing Britain's blue-chip index to dip.<p>Metals including copper, …

Oil

Shire bounces higher as Liberum urges rethink

Shire bounced from its lowest in nearly two years on Tuesday after Liberum argued that investors had all but written off its biggest franchise.<p>“We …

Markets

Weaker commodities drag European shares to 8-week low; Airbus rallies

MILAN (Reuters) - A fall in commodity stocks and continued profit taking sent European shares to an eight-week low on Wednesday, but Airbus rallied after winning a big jets order.<p>A slide in crude oil prices on worries over the outlook for demand and weaker metal prices weighed on mining and energy …

Business

Tesco boss got the Booker deal past the watchdog – can he convince investors?

The CMA’s decision to clear the £3.7bn takeover is baffling, and seems unlikely to get the thumbs-up from all shareholders<p>The Competition and Markets Authority rarely fails to surprise. The watchdog worked itself into a fine fury a couple of years ago over the obscure merger between Poundland and …

Business

Commodities sell-off knocks stocks further from recent highs

A trend for disappointing Chinese economic data and an outlook for rising oil supply is taking a toll on commodities prices and related stocks, …

Markets

Mining and oil stocks send FTSE to five-week lows

LONDON (Reuters) - British stocks suffered their fifth straight day of losses on Wednesday, dragged to five-week lows by big falls in mining and energy shares.<p>FILE PHOTO: People walk through the lobby of the London Stock Exchange in London, Britain November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/File …

Oil

DAILY BRIEFING: Tory treasurer in line to chair Rio Tinto

Conservative treasurer Sir Mick Davis is in line to be the next chairman of mining giant Rio Tinto. The 59-year-old has emerged as a frontrunner for …

Personal Finance (UK)

Commodity Slide Drags Asia Stocks Lower

Asian stocks came under pressure on Wednesday as declining commodity prices continued to weigh on the market.<p>Australia's benchmark S&P/ASX 200 closed …

Markets