Mining news

Intesa Sanpaolo introduces new guidelines to slash financing to the coal sector
20th May
  • Intesa Sanpaolo will no longer approve loans for coal-fired plants or coal-mining projects.
  • Italy's current coalition government aims at phasing out coal-powered projects by 2025.
  • The retail bank's new guidelines will not apply to credit line renewals and extension.

Latest Mining news

4th February 2019
BHP share price slips lower as JPMorgan trims stance on miner
1st February 2019
Glencore share price subdued as group updates on full-year output
22nd January 2019
BHP share price slides as miner flags $600m hit from outages
10th January 2019
Glencore share price: Group loses exclusive rights to two Libyan oil grades
9th January 2019
BHP share price: Deutsche Bank turns bearish on miner
4th January 2019
Glencore share price: UBS trims valuation on group
4th January 2019
Anglo American share price: Miner unveils management changes
27th November 2018
BHP share price: Group flags potential new copper find in South Australia
22nd November 2018
Fresnillo share price tumbles as Morgan Stanley trims rating
19th November 2018
BHP share price rises as group settles tax dispute Down Under
22nd October 2018
Glencore share price: CEO plans to retire in 3-5 years
26th September 2018
Glencore share price: Morgan Stanley lifts stance on miner
24th September 2018
Randgold share price surges as group agrees tie-up with Barrick Gold
11th September 2018
BHP Billiton share price heads south as Deutsche Bank trims stance
5th September 2018
BHP Billiton share price: Mining group buys into Ecuador copper project
17th August 2018
Glencore share price: Liberum no longer bearish on miner
17th August 2018
BHP Billiton share price: Liberum continues to see miner as ‘sell’
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