Secret Russian Palladium Stockpiles: Runnin' On Empty
December 06 2013 8:57 AM EST
A leading metals and mining company said the Russian government may no longer have any palladium under its belt.
China Signs WHO Convention To Curb Tobacco, Then Doubles Production
December 05 2013 3:00 PM EST
The nation has made relatively few strides in carrying out the WHO's guidelines.
The Bitcoin Phenomenon - Merrill Sees A Very High Value
December 05 2013 9:45 AM EST
Merrill's valuation argument is compelling. Take a look.
British Pig Semen Worth Millions?
December 04 2013 10:26 AM EST
David Cameron has pushed through a deal to export pig semen to China.
There's Much That's New About Barrick Gold In China
December 03 2013 12:49 PM EST
After 30 years in charge, Peter Munk is handing the chairmanship to former Goldman Sachs banker John Thornton, who has long experience in China.
From The Ground Up: Another Good Week For GMO
December 02 2013 2:38 PM EST
It's getting harder and harder to make a believable case against genetically modified crops.
Ukraine’s Ties With Russia And EU: What’s At Stake
December 02 2013 1:20 PM EST
Has Vladimir Putin overplayed his admittedly powerful hand in dealing with a major southwestern neighbor?
Trade Chinese Stocks & Copper, In Opposite Directions: Goldman Sachs
December 02 2013 11:01 AM EST
The bank said this top trade for 2014 best framed risks and rewards related to Chinese economic growth and commodity market risks.
A Glut Of Oil, But Prices Hang
December 02 2013 10:16 AM EST
Geopolitics could trump supply-and-demand fundamentals in determining the price of crude oil.
Japanese Stocks Rallied In November While Gold And Silver Fell Out Of Bed
December 02 2013 8:36 AM EST
Monetary policy drove equities prices higher in November at the expense of gold and silver.
Pebble Mine Developer Makes Pitch For Partner, But Also Says He Can Do It Alone
November 27 2013 7:17 AM EST
Northern Dynasty CEO Ron Thiessen spoke with IBTimes about the Alaskan copper mine proposal.
How The Iran Nuclear Deal May Affect Currencies, Commodities
November 26 2013 8:27 AM EST
Oil prices were initially pushed lower, but they quickly recovered after details of the U.S.-Iran nuclear pact were announced.
Frozen US Turkey Prices Foreshadow Aggressive Supermarket Discounting
November 26 2013 6:29 AM EST
Frozen turkey prices have reached lows not seen in recent memory, which means large holiday season discounts.
Gold Glittering A Little Less
November 22 2013 2:04 PM EST
Key question: Are analysts bearish or bullish on gold in the immediate period ahead?
Cat Cutting More Jobs
November 22 2013 10:23 AM EST
Historically a bellwether, Caterpillar's cuts will ripple out to impact the U.S. and global economies.
From The Ground Up: Agribusiness Stung By EPA Ethanol Decision
November 20 2013 2:15 PM EST
With overwhelming empirical evidence against forced ethanol use, the EPA had to trim a corporate welfare item.
Why Commodity Prices May Fall
November 12 2013 12:45 PM EST
Oil prices have already started heading south. Will other commodities follow?
Thailand: The Next Sunny Spot In Solar Energy
November 08 2013 12:00 PM EST
The Thai government is buying electricity from solar power at a premium, making the industry highly lucrative.
Somaliland’s Oil Minister: East Africa Is The New Middle East
November 08 2013 10:47 AM EST
A breakaway region of war-torn Somalia may be sitting on an oil bonanza. Among those looking to profit is the former boss of Gulf spill-era BP.
Global Food Prices Rose In October
November 07 2013 12:53 PM EST
The FAO has raised its forecast for food-price growth based on measurements of oilseeds, dairy, meat and sugar.