EU attempting to revive Iran nuclear deal with market staying pessimistic Crude prices could rebound from oversold conditions but stay off 2022 highs Both Iran, US likely looking...
In March 2020, during the early days of the pandemic, the cash price of copper hit a multi-year low of $4,617 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange, which is owned by the Hong...
Since the start of the pandemic over a year ago, metal prices have regularly been making headlines. Investors are expecting the global economy to recover from the pandemic and...
Antofagasta plc is a United Kingdom-based copper mining company with interests in transport. The Company's operations are related to mining and exploration activities, and the transport of rail and road cargo. The Company operates through two divisions: Mining and Transport. Through its Mine division, the Company owns and operates four mines: Los Pelambres, which is located in the Coquimbo region of central Chile, and Centinela, Antucoya and Zaldivar are located in the Antofagasta region of northern Chile. The Company’s Transport division is known as Ferrocarril de Antofagasta a Bolivia (FCAB) and provides rail and truck services to the mining industry in the Antofagasta region, including the Company’s own mining operations. The Los Pelambres is a sulphide deposit in Chile’s Coquimbo Region, located approximately 240 kilometers (kms) north of Santiago. Its Centinela mines sulphide and oxide deposits, which is located approximately 1,350 kms north of Santiago in the Antofagasta Region.