Dominion Diamond has seen better than expected results at the Ekati and Diavik diamond mines. But with just over a year in the diamond mining business, is the company worthy of investors' trust?
Investor sentiment toward Alamos Gold has soured, crushing the company's share price. Are investors' emotions justified, or is it an overreaction?
Deutsche Bank resigning from the London gold and silver fix is another indication of big banks' willingness to scale back roles in the commodities markets. However, big banks seem determined to remain players in the precious metals markets and that's bound to create waves.
Barrick's failed efforts to merge with Newmont Mining is one of many attempts that have ended with a deal deemed inappropriate. Was Barrick really seeking efficiency? Or was the company willing to expose shareholders to a risky deal because it was big?
As scrutiny rises and commodity revenues fall, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley are hoping to close deals allowing them to withdraw from certain commodities. But there's no guarantee the withdrawals will be smooth and painless for all.