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  • Gold Fields Appoints Chris Griffith to Replace Departing CEO Nick Holland

    Gold Fields Ltd. (GFI) said Thursday that it has appointed Chris Griffith as chief executive, to succeed Nick Holland, who will retire on March 31.. Griffith was the CEO of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. between 2012 and 2020.. The South African gold miner said Mr.

  • China Shanghai Gold Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Thursday, January 21 2021 Gold Turnover: 208,274 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Feb-21 385.28 391.40 383.52 388.50 385.78 2.72 32,774 13,790 Mar-21 386.24 391.96 385.08 388.96 387.88 1.08 39 77 Apr-21 386.50 392.16 384.10 389.12 386.60 2.52 16,526 29,149 Jun-21 387.22 392.96 384.78 390.14 387.36 2.78 147,688 123,284 Aug-21 388.60 394.70 386.04 391.24 388.68 2.56 7,321 14,341 Oct-21 389.42 395.56 387.64 392.28 390.28 2.00 3,820 10,781...

  • Trapped China gold miners have to wait 15 days for rescue

    Workers trapped in a gold mine in China since Jan. 10 may have to wait another 15 days before they can be rescued because of a blockage on their intended escape route, officials said on Thursday. A total of 22 workers were trapped underground after an explosion at the Hushan mine in Qixia, a major gold-producing region under the administration of Yantai in Shandong province on the northeast coast.

  • China rescuers prepare escape route for trapped gold miners, one confirmed dead

    Rescue teams on Wednesday drilled new holes down a gold mine in China's Shandong province, searching for more survivors after an explosion 10 days ago and preparing an escape passage for a group known to still be alive, state media reported. A total of 22 workers were trapped underground in the Hushan gold mine on the outskirts of Yantai, on China's eastern coast, following the Jan. 10. blast.

  • BRIEF-Russian Gold Miner Nordgold Aims To List In $5 Bln London IPO - WSJ

    * RUSSIAN GOLD MINER NORDGOLD AIMS TO LIST IN $5 BILLION LONDON IPO - WSJ. * NORDGOLD'S IPO WOULD FLOAT OVER 25% OF THE COMPANY - WSJ Source text: https://on.wsj.com/2XUt7JD.

  • China Shanghai Gold Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Wednesday, January 20 2021 Gold Turnover: 150,457 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Feb-21 385.44 388.04 384.00 385.78 385.80-. 02 24,271 14,762 Mar-21 385.08 390.82 384.90 387.88 386.70 1.18 59 87 Apr-21 386.12 388.68 384.54 386.60 386.54. 06 18,145 29,056 Jun-21 386.40 389.52 385.26 387.36 387.34. 02 93,863 120,653 Aug-21 387.70 390.68 386.50 388.68 388.58. 10 8,928 13,305 Oct-21 389.30 392.10 388.14 390.28 389.92. 36 5,077 9,990 Dec-21 390.16...

  • China rescuers prepare escape route for trapped gold miners

    Rescue teams on Wednesday drilled new holes down a gold mine in China's Shandong province, searching for more survivors after an explosion 10 days ago and preparing an escape passage for a group known to still be alive, state media reported. A total of 22 workers were trapped underground in the Hushan gold mine on the outskirts of Yantai, on China's eastern coast, following the Jan. 10. blast.

  • BHP Sees Petroleum Output at High End of Guidance -- Commodity Comment

    BHP Group Ltd. Wednesday reported a 6% increase in first-half iron-ore production, but said metallurgical coal and copper production both fell 5%. Here are some remarks from the operational report. "Total petroleum production decreased by 12% to 50 million barrels of oil equivalent.

  • BHP 1st Half Iron-Ore Output Higher, Flags Up to $1.25 Billion Impairment Charge

    SYDNEY--BHP Group Ltd. (BHP) said it produced more iron ore but less coal, copper and petroleum in the first half of its fiscal year, as it flagged an impairment charge of between $1.15 billion and $1.25 billion against an Australian coal unit. BHP, the world's largest mining company by value, also raised its projection for annual iron-ore output following the restart of its Samarco joint venture operations with Vale SA in Brazil, which had been suspended for five years following a...

  • Trapped China gold miners get porridge, blankets, one miner in coma - state media

    Workers trapped in a Chinese gold mine for more than nine days received more medical and food supplies on Tuesday, including bandages, blankets and porridge, but one of the group is in a critical condition with a severe head injury, state media said. A total of 22 workers were left trapped in the Hushan mine, in Shandong province, after an explosion on Jan. 10.

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