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  1. Cheniere moving ahead with condensate export terminal in TexasRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Reuters

    Cheniere Energy Inc is moving ahead with a $550 million export terminal in Texas that will ship processed condensate to international markets, a top executive said on Monday. In addition, the terminal will be able to export any type of domestic oil if the decades-old U.S. crude export ban is ever lifted, said Nelson Lee, director of crude trading and origination at Cheniere.

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  2. Another Week, Another Chinese Gold MineRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Safehaven

    What's not included in this calculation -- but should be -- are the deposits its mining companies are acquiring overseas. This gold-in-the-ground is just as much a national monetary asset as is metal accumulated by Chinese investors and -- to the extent that the mining companies sell their output to the government -- can be expected to add to Chinese central bank gold holdings over time.

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  3. Supreme Court strikes down EPA coal rules: What it means for Walter EnergyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Alabama Live

    The Supreme Court found fault with Environmental Protection Agency rules that would limit mercury emissions for coal producers - and Birmingham's Walter Energy has seen a bump in its stock since. The boost comes in a turbulent time for the Birmingham coal maker as talk has swirled of Walter exploring bankruptcy.

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  4. Peabody Energy Corporation (BTU) & Other Coal Stocks Gain Ground Amid ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Insider Monkey

    As Dow Jones and S&P 500 Indices plunged on Monday amid concerns over Greece, a group of companies has enjoyed strong gains. The Dow Jones Coal Index inched up by more than 0.1% in Intraday trading, as the Supreme Court ruled against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over the rules that restrict the emissions of mercury and other air pollutants mainly from coal-fired power plants.

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  5. The arguments for Ex-Im no one can rebutRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | The Hill

    I appreciated the opportunity to testify earlier this month before the House Financial Services Committee on the value of the U.S. Export-Import Bank . While Chairman Jeb Hensarling and some others on the committee made explicit their opposition to renewing Ex-Im's charter, it was striking that no one was able to rebut my arguments about the indispensable role the bank plays in specific circumstances.

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  6. Hickton says future at RTI uncertain following transition periodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Business Journal

    Dawne Hickton says she's not quite sure what the future holds for her following Alcoa Inc.'s upcoming acquisition of RTI International Metals Inc. In a letter sent to RTI employees last week, Hickton, vice chair, president and CEO of the Pittsburgh-based company, said she will remain as an advisor to Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld and Executive Vice ... (more)

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  7. Focused on future, RTI International strengthens executive leadership teamRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | PressReleasePoint

    Aaron Williams , who has led RTI's International Development Group since 2012, will become executive vice president of Government Relations and Corporate Communications. Paul Weisenfeld will take over as executive vice president of IDG.

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  8. How a Bet on Rare Earths Flopped When Scarcity Proved a MirageRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | The Washington Post

    In late 2010, two questions were on the minds of many commodities investors: What are rare earths? And where could they buy some? The group of 17 obscure, difficult-to-pronounce minerals, used in hot-ticket items like smart phones, electric cars and wind turbines, were beginning to post the kind of price gains not seen even in the traditionally volatile energy and metals markets. For many investors, the only way to get in on the action was to buy shares of U.S. producer Molycorp Inc. Its market capitalization had shot up to $4 billion after an initial public offering earlier that year.

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  9. Former Peace Corps director takes on new role at RTI itnernationalRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Local Tech Wire

    Aaron Williams, who left RTI International in 2009 to become director of the U.S. peace Corps then returned in 2012 as head of international development, is taking on a new role. "Never before has government affairs and corporate communications been as integral to achieving RTI's mission as it is right now," said Wayne Holden, RTI's CEO, in a statement.

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  10. 4 Steel Products Stocks to BuyRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | TheStreet.com

    ... Year-to-date returns are based on June 26, 2015, closing prices. The highest-rated stock appears last. Commercial Metals Company manufactures, recycles, and markets steel and metal products, and related materials and services in the United States ...

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  11. Molycorp runs into bankruptcy stumbling blockRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Business Journal

    Greenwood Village-based rare earths miner Molycorp. Inc., which filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Thursday , ran into a bankruptcy court stumbling court on Friday.

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  12. Capital Economics Says Prepare for Iron Ore Below $40 on GlutRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | The Washington Post

    Iron ore may tumble into the $30s a metric ton in the second half as surging low-cost supplies from the world's biggest producers swamp the market, expanding a glut, according to Capital Economics Ltd. The surplus will become more evident in the next six months, Caroline Bain, senior commodities economist in London, said in an interview. Higher volumes from Australia and Brazil will spur the renewed slump even as stimulus spending in China boosts steel demand, Bain said, forecasting that the raw material will end the year at $45.

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  13. Cliffs Natural Resources Is A Sell Despite Debt And Cost Reduction MovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Seeking Alpha

    Cliffs secured debt offering of $540 million at an interest rate of over 8.2%. The high interest rate will counterbalance the company's cost-cutting measures.

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  14. Molycorp: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Finally ArrivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Seeking Alpha

    The restructuring plan calls for $1.7 billion in debt to be restructured and $225 million of additional debtor-in-possession financing. Investors should avoid the stock until the company returns from bankruptcy and can prove it can remain a going concern.

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  15. 2nd firm wants to manage landfill, recyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Highlands Today

    On June 17, County Administrator June Fisher received a letter of interest from Waste Management, a Houston company that serves more than 21 million U.S. and Canadian customers. “It is our understanding that Highlands County is seeking solutions to its solid waste management operations, and Waste Management would welcome the opportunity to participate in the process,” Jeff Sabin, community affairs director, wrote to Fisher.

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  16. Iron Seen Below $40 as Capital Economics Flags - Sharp Move'Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Washington Post

    The surplus will become more evident in the next six months, Caroline Bain, senior commodities economist in London, said in an interview. Higher volumes from Australia and Brazil will spur the renewed slump even as stimulus spending in China boosts steel demand, Bain said, forecasting that the raw material will end the year at $45.

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  17. Cliffs Natural Resources: New Lows Ahead?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Seeking Alpha

    Iron ore prices have been steady this month. At the same time, shares of Cliffs Natural Resources found themselves under pressure and are trading close to multi-year lows.

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  18. Ivanhoe Mines' Share Price Declines As Congolese Government Tries To Obstruct The Kamoa DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Seeking Alpha

    Shares of Ivanhoe Mines declined by 25% since the beginning of June, because Congolese government tries to obstruct the Kamoa deal. On May 26, Ivanhoe Mines announced that Zijin Mining , one of the biggest Chinese mining companies, will acquire 47% of its Kamoa copper project for $412 million.

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  19. Singular Research Hosts 10th Annual "Best of the Uncovereds"...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | PR Log

    PRLog - June 26, 2015 - LOS ANGELES -- Singular Research Hosts 10th Annual "Best of the Uncovereds" Investment Conference on September 17, 2015 in Los Angeles,Ca June 26th,2015 LOS ANGELES-- --Singular Research invites press and analysts to attend our 10th Annual "Best of the Uncovereds" Investment Conference on September 17, 2015 from 9am to 6pm at the Luxe Hotel at 11461 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049. We feature some of the best, uncovered companies under $500 million in market capitalization.

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  20. Zimbabwe: Rio Tinto Plans Power Sales to SA's Eskom From U.S.$2.1 Billion Zimbabwe PlantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | AllAfrica.com

    RIO Tinto Group, the world's second-biggest mining company, and RioZim Ltd. are looking for regional utilities to buy electricity from a 1,400-megawatt power plant they're planning to build in Zimbabwe for about $2.1 billion. "For the project to be visible, there is a need for off- takers," RioZim Chief Executive Officer Noah Matimba said by phone Thursday.

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