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China iron ore imports rise on pre-holiday restocking

China iron ore imports rise on pre-holiday restocking

China’s iron ore imports climbed 5.3 percent in January from December, customs data showed, supported by strong restocking demand at steel mills ahead of the week-long Lunar New Year holiday this month. Shipments of the steelmaking raw...

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U.S. Shale Executives Predict Oil Production Constraints to Remain

U.S. Shale Executives Predict Oil Production Constraints to Remain

Drilling curbs by oil producers in the largest U.S. shale field will continue until transport bottlenecks ease and investors stop punishing companies for increasing capital spending, executives at an energy conference said on Thursday. The price...

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Technology to redesign 77% of Australian mining jobs over next five years — report

Technology to redesign 77% of Australian mining jobs over next five years — report

The future holds a changing landscape for miners’ skillsets in Australia. A vast 77% of mining jobs will be enhanced or redesigned due to technology within the next five years, an EY report for the Minerals Council of Australia on the Future of...

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China January Trade Surplus With U.S. Narrows to $27.3 Billion

China January Trade Surplus With U.S. Narrows to $27.3 Billion

China’s trade surplus with the United States narrowed to $27.3 billion in January, from $29.87 billion in December, customs data showed on Thursday. China’s exports to the United States fell 2.4 percent in January from a year earlier...

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Goldman sees oil rising toward $70, says demand forecasts are too gloomy

Goldman sees oil rising toward $70, says demand forecasts are too gloomy

Oil prices have struggled to rally above $64 a barrel since last quarter’s sharp pullback, but Goldman Sachs believes crude futures could break out in the coming months. The investment bank forecasts international benchmark Brent crudewill...

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The Re-Emergence of China’s Miners and the Effect on Global Commodities in 2019 – Gilbert Chan, VRIC2019

The Re-Emergence of China’s Miners and the Effect on Global Commodities in 2019 – Gilbert Chan, VRIC2019

Gilbert Chan, the president of NAI Interactive Ltd. spoke at the Cambridge House’s Vancouver Resources Investment Conference on Jan 21, 2019. Gilbert’s speech covers China’s return to investing in global mining and what it means...

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China News Weekly 97 – Holiday week spending over 1 trillion yuan

China News Weekly 97 – Holiday week spending over 1 trillion yuan

Click here to find more details This is NAI’s new China News Weekly. We will be covering the latest Chinese foreign investment trends every week. To continue to receive our China News Weekly, please click Here to subscribe.

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China scoops up more gold for reserves as global risks mount

China scoops up more gold for reserves as global risks mount

China is adding to its gold reserves again, boosting holdings for a second month and reinforcing an outlook from bulls including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. that central-bank buying will likely remain strong this year. The People’s Bank of China...

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China iron ore rises to record on concerns over Brazilian supply

China iron ore rises to record on concerns over Brazilian supply

China iron ore futures rose to a record on Monday, the first session after a week-long national holiday, on concerns that supply from Brazil, the country’s second-largest ore supplier, may decline after a fatal dam accident at a Vale mine...

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Saudi Arabia Would Need Oil at $80-$85 a Barrel to Balance Budget: IMF Official

Saudi Arabia Would Need Oil at $80-$85 a Barrel to Balance Budget: IMF Official

Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia would need oil priced at $80-$85 a barrel to balance its budget this year, an International Monetary Fund official said. Riyadh’s breakeven oil price depends on several factors, including the level of oil...

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Schlumberger Names Olivier Le Peuch as Chief Operating Officer

Schlumberger Names Olivier Le Peuch as Chief Operating Officer

Schlumberger NV on Friday named Olivier Le Peuch as chief operating officer, setting him up as a possible successor to Paal Kibsgaard for the top role at the world’s largest oilfield services company. Le Peuch has previously served as the...

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