The copper-mining giant is joining fellow miners BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto in slumping on Brexit-related fears.
The iron ore miner has plans to catapult itself to the forefront of the industry.
Which is better: Safety or rebound potential?
A jump in prices could be a sign of improvement for steel and iron ore companies. But will it last?
David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital is a big fan of Consol Energy. Should the average investor be a fan, too?
Between the two materials giants, which company is the better buy?
BHP Billiton is ready for the future, even if the dividend just got cut.
After the biggest one-day surge in history, prices are already giving up their gains, and that could send iron ore miners lower.
Although BHP's progressive dividend policy is no more, the company will maintain its strong balance sheet and likely keep its "A" credit rating
Here are three reasons investors why should stick with BHP in the commodity bear market.