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Mining Journal

October 31, 2018

'Worst month' almost over

What is “shaping up as the worst month for global stocks in more than six years”, as Bloomberg puts it, is almost over. Base metal futures were lower in Asian trade this afternoon as disappointing manufacturing data was released in China today. The US dollar has edged higher and the gold price has fallen about US$10 an ounce since this time yesterday, to less than $1,218/oz on the spot market. Leer más.

Mining News

October 30, 2018

Orocobre seeing 'psychology' change in lithium pricing

WHILE Orocobre has flagged lower lithium prices for the December quarter, things could be about to pick up again. Orocobre achieved a new record quarterly sales price of US$14,699 per tonne (free-on-board) in the September quarter, above June's record of $13,653/t. Managing director Richard Seville said he expected December quarter pricing to be lower, but pricing for the half shouldn't be materially lower than what was achieved in the June half. Leer más.


Minería en Línea

October 30, 2018

Cobre cae por nuevas tensiones comerciales entre EE.UU. y China

El cobre y otros metales básicos caían el martes debido a la preocupación por el impacto que tendría la disputa comercial entre China y Estados Unidos sobre el crecimiento global. A las 12:32 GMT, el cobre a tres meses en la Bolsa de Londres (LME) perdía un 0.85% a US$ 6,107.50 la tonelada. Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 30, 2018

Fitch Ratings Upgrades Gran Colombia Gold’s Rating to B with Stable Outlook

New York-based credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has upgraded its issuer default rating for Gran Colombia Gold Corporation from B- to B with a stable outlook. The big three rating agency said in a statement that the increase was driven by Gran Colombia refinancing its “2020 and 2024 debentures through its $98 million USD senior secured gold-linked notes, the settlement of its 2018 debentures with shares, and an enhanced mine plan at its Segovia operations focused on cost reductions and high-grade ore bodies.” Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 30, 2018

Tensions weigh on markets

Markets and metal prices have been weighed down by further geopolitical uncertainties and increasing trade tariff tensions between the US and China. Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 30, 2018

First Quantum ups copper, lowers gold guidance

First Quantum Minerals (TSX: FM) has increased its full-year copper guidance as it released solid third quarter results, helped by a higher price for the red metal. It also upped its forecast zinc production but reduced its gold guidance by 20,000 ounces. Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 30, 2018

Red Eagle's white knight gets cold feet

Red Eagle Mining has threatened legal action against white knight investor Fernando Palazuelo after a promised investment to shore up the finances of the struggling gold miner failed to appear. Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 29, 2018

Mining stocks buoyant

Base metals futures were mixed in Asian trade this afternoon, with copper and aluminium in positive territory at the time of writing.

Mining equities had risen above the doldrums that struck global markets on Friday, with the S&P500 reportedly on track for its worst month since 2009 and the S&P/TSX Composite Index around a two-year low. Leer más.


Mining Journal

October 29, 2018

Bolivia moves to join lithium boom

Bolivia could be producing up to 100,000 tonnes a year of lithium products within four years, making it one of the world’s largest producers of the mineral, as it invests to develop in the mineral potential of the huge Salar de Uyuni. Leer más.



October 28, 2018

Las mujeres, protagonistas en la mina de esmeraldas en Coscuez

La compañía Fura Gems busca cambiar la idea de que la minería es un trabajo solo para hombres.  Durante los primeros meses completarán un curso en seguridad industrial y competencias mineras, el cual fue dirigido por el Sena. Leer más.

Informacion Agencia Nacional de Minería

Avenida Calle 26 No 59-51 Torre 4 Pisos (8, 9 y 10)

Teléfonos: (57 1) 220 19 99 - Código Postal: 111321

Horario de atención al ciudadano: lunes a viernes 7:30a.m. a 4:00p.m.

Bogotá D.C. - Colombia


Dirección: Avenida Calle 26 No 59-51 Torre 4 Piso 9

Teléfono: (+571) 220 1999 extensión 5717 - 5705

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Horario de atención: lunes a viernes de 7:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.