BHP’s Growing Focus on Copper

For some time now, market watchers have noticed BHP Billiton's growing interest in copper, but on Thursday, the company specifically talked about how it expects to favor the red metal much more than iron in the near future.

What Do Falling Oil Prices Mean for Copper?

Oil prices have taken a dive this year, and far from occurring in a vacuum, that poor performance is likely to have a ripple effect on other commodities.

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Mickey Fulp: A Hopeful Optimist in Today’s Markets

At this year’s Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference, Investing News Network spoke with Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp, who is hopefully optimistic in today’s resource market.

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Western Copper and Gold: A Look Back at 2014

Western Copper and Gold: A Look Back at 2014

Western Copper and Gold Corporation (TSX:WRN,NYSEMKT:WRN) CEO Paul West-Sells spoke about 2014’s big year in copper market mergers & acquisitions. He says, “People are pretty comfortable with copper… Copper is still seen as a very good play going into the future”.

Avrupa Minerals Posts Assay Detailed Results for SLV004

Avrupa Minerals Posts Assay Detailed Results for SLV004

Avrupa Minerals (TSXV:AVU) has posted detailed sample by sample assay results from its Slivovo JV project at www.avrupaminerals.com under the section on Projects, Kosovo, then titled “Slivovo Gossan” project.

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Western Copper and Gold: A Look Back at 2014

Western Copper and Gold Corporation (TSX:WRN,NYSEMKT:WRN) CEO Paul West-Sells spoke about 2014’s big year in copper market mergers & acquisitions. He says, “People are pretty comfortable with copper… Copper is still seen as a very good play going into the future”.

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Copper Falls on China PMI Data

Copper lost 0.6 percent to trade at $6,359 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange today, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.

Glencore says Copper Deficit Could Be On The Way

Mining.com reported that a presentation given in London by Glencore's (LSE:GLEN) copper chief Telis Mistakidis suggests that a copper deficit could be coming much sooner than some think.

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