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By Milton Financials
China’s recent clamp down on it’s rare earth exports has makers of batteries, wind turbine and other products scrambling to redesign them to be fewer dependants.
By Milton Financials
Privately held commodity trading giant Glencore may list early next year with an IPO that could raise as much as $16 billion.
By Milton Financials
Oil industry groups appeal to U.S. lawmakers for more finance for the federal offshore drilling regulator to speed up permit and environmental reviews.
By Milton Financials
Latest Gold Council report forecast positive growth for demand in 2010.
By Milton Financials
Photovoltaic cell prices could crash as supply far outstrips demand next year - analysts.
By Milton Financials
Zink look set to continue its multi-month rally into next year say analysts.
By Milton Financials
Latest deal is part of BP’s campaign to sell assets to pay for Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
By Regal Group International
Oklahoma based natural gas firm secures 86,000 acres in North Dakota in $925 million deal.
By Regal Group International
Copper trades at record prices as inflation in the globe’s biggest consumer reaches a two year high.
By Milton Financials
The world’s largest wind turbine maker says its U.S. expansion is on course despite warnings from analysts that the market is shrinking.
By Regal Group International
After slashing debt, Rio is still expected to move into a strong cash position in 2011.
By Milton Financials
French firm intends installing 1000 megawatts of solar energy capacity in the next five years.
By Milton Financials
Major oil companies are repositioning as natural gas producers as oil reserves become increasingly difficult to reach.
By Regal Group International
Increasing demand from China and India and dwindling supplies will drive crude to a near peak by 2035.
By Regal Group International
The deregulation of China’s gold market is likely to see an increase in investor demand which could see it eclipse India as the top global gold consumer.
By Milton Financials
The UK government has awarded seven new exploration licenses to the oil firm responsible for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
By Milton Financials
Spurred on by strong prices and increased demand mining companies post huge third quarter profits.
By Regal Group International
Chevron has agreed to acquire U.S. natural gas producer Atlas Energy for $3.2 billion excluding debt, giving the oil giant a stake in the rapidly growing Marcellus shale field.
By Regal Group International
Robert Zoellick sent tremors through the international finance world when he called for world leaders to consider reintroducing a gold standard to guide currency movements.
By Milton Financials
Tocom will consider mergers with other exchanges as Japan seeks to consolidate exchanges according to the exchanges president.
By Regal Group International
Shell announces that it intends to sell almost a third of its Woodside Petroleum interest for around $3.35 billion, nine years after it failed to take over the firm.
By Regal Group International
U.S. Federal Reserve stimulus measures weakening the dollar could send investors after raw materials.
By Milton Financials
The world’s largest oil producer saw production up 2% against October last year.
By Regal Group International
Analysts expect copper to continue to rally because of strong demand from China and current supply constraints.
By Milton Financials
German solar wholesaler says it expects a recovery in demand in the fourth quarter but sees no booming demand.
By Regal Group International
The two Middle East nations may be nearing an agreement on the fields straddling their border.
By Regal Group International
BP Plc says its experience will guide its drilling in the U.S. Gulf for 20 years.
By Milton Financials
Numerous Asian nations including China may soon challenge the U.S. in the race to develop a renewable energy industry if the administration doesn’t provide domestic incentives.
By Regal Group International
The world’s largest commodities trader is considering an IPO, driven by the credit squeeze and falling commodity prices.
By Milton Financials
OPEC members believe Russia may hold the strength to support oil output quotas.

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