At least part of the possible potash price upside is already reflected in PotashCorp's valuation.
BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, and Vale are doomed to increase iron ore production.
Freeport-McMoRan could restart concentrate exports, but the terms could have been better.
Freeport-McMoRan's current contract of work ends in 2021. Securing a new one is vital.
Solid cost performance and good liquidity mean Peabody Energy is well positioned to profit from coal price improvements when they finally occur.
The possible restart of merger talks between Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining could spur the sale of Newmont's African mines.
Cliffs Natural Resources is still unable to overcome pricing headwinds.
Rising interest expense burden could force Walter Energy to offer investors an option to swap debt for equity.
Barrick Gold is likely to return to merger talks with Newmont Mining as CEO steps down.
The Indonesian government puts further pressure on Newmont Mining.
Alamos Gold will provide upside for patient investors if the company manages to get permits for its growth projects.
U.S. Steel, Arcelor Mittal and AK Steel cannot count on extracting the full value of their raw materials' investments in the current price environment.
Coeur d'Alene Mines, Endeavour Silver, and Silver Standard Resources published their second-quarter production updates.
Alcoa's report signals the worst times could be over for primary aluminum producers.
Vale loses its grip over Simandou, and its major iron ore project will not bring production until the second half of 2016.
Newmont Mining could return to merger talks with Barrick Gold.
Silver Wheaton, Hecla Mining, and Silver Standard Resources moved into gold in the last one and a half years.
Alcoa's primary metals segment returns to profitability.
Seadrill's convertible bond issue could be replicated in the future, diluting existing shareholders.
As the met coal price environment remains tough, Walter Energy will have to sell some of its assets.