Source: Print Archives | 2013-05-08
Teck Resources’ (TCK-T, TCK-N) first-quarter performance beat analyst expectations but came in lower compared to a year ago, owing to global economic uncertainty and weaker commodity prices.
Source: Print Archives | 2013-05-01
Coalspur Mines (CPT-T) believes its Vista coal project — located 2 km from a Canadian National Railway (CNR) line on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta — has the potential to become one of the largest export thermal...
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-17
Coalspur Mines (CPT-T, CPL-A) believes its Vista coal project situated about 2 km from a Canadian National (CN) Rail line in Alberta has the potential to become one of the largest export thermal coal mines in North America.
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-01
VANCOUVER – Walter Energy (WLT-T, WLT-N) is curtailing operations at its Willow Creek mine in northern British Columbia until metallurgical coal prices improve, the fifth met coal mine Walter has curtailed in the last 18 months as the...
Source: Print Archives | 2013-03-06
Sherritt International (S-T) has shouldered such industry-wide hardships as lower commodity prices and higher costs, but the company is signalling its bullishness for the future by increasing its dividend, despite reporting a...
Source: Daily News | 2013-02-28
Sherritt International (S-T) had to shoulder some of the same industry wide hardships as lower commodity prices and higher costs, but the company signaled its bullishness for the future by increasing its dividend despite reporting a fourth...
Source: Daily News | 2013-02-15
Investors were beating up Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF-N) after it cut its dividend and reported a quarterly loss.
Source: Daily News | 2013-02-11
U.S. equities ended the Feb. 4–8 trading week down with the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipping 0.1% or 16.82 points to 13,992.97, putting an end to five weeks of gains.
Source: Daily News | 2013-01-17
VANCOUVER — London-based mining giant Rio Tinto (RIO-N, RIO-L, RIO-A) continues to be haunted by the ghosts of past acquisitions, with the largest culprit being its US$38-billion takeover of Montreal-based aluminum leader Alcan in 2007.
Source: Print Archives | 2013-01-09
Consol Energy (CNX-N) sold two non-producing coal assets in Western Canada at the end of 2012 for US$127 million, bringing its total asset sales in 2012 to more than US$350 million, the company reported in the new year.