China Securities Journal

China Securities Journal

Charlie Sartain, chief executive for copper at Xstrata, one of the world’s largest mining companies, said the growth in Chinese demand for all commodities was “just phenomenal,” and prices may rise for the next few years as a result.
Demand for copper in China may increase 8 percent to 10 percent this year compared with last […]

April 3rd, 2007 Tags: bank, Bloomberg, central bank, China, China Securities Journal, Clay, Clayton, Codelco, Company, Copper, copper producer, Europe, Exchange, Freeport, Germany, Gold, London, Market, May Rise, metal, Middle East, Million Tons, mine, Miner, Miners, mining, Mobil, National Bureau of Statistics, Nome, Power, Price, Prices, Rio Tinto, Rio Tinto Group, Shenzhen, steel, Wen Jiabao, Xstrata

European mining stocks may rise after gold prices gained and China said economic growth will accelerate this year. Rio Tinto Group and Anglo American Plc might lead the advance.
“Metal prices have moved significantly higher which should help the mining companies,” said Simon Denham, a director at London Capital Group. “We see Rio and Anglo opening […]

October 1st, 2006 Tags: Anglo American Plc, Antofagasta Plc, Asia, AWG Plc, BHP, central bank, China, China Securities Journal, CMC Markets, copper mining, Deutsche Bank AG, Federal Reserve System, Havas SA, Hong Kong, Hsinchu International Bank, London, Man Group Plc, May Rise, Oil, pence, Precious metal, Rio Tinto Group, Simon Denham, Standard Chartered Plc, Sydney, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States, water supplier

China Shenhua Group will transfer more coal and oil assets to its listed arm, Shenhua Energy Co. Ltd. , and plans to float domestic A shares in three to five years, the China Securities Journal reported on Friday.
The group was building eight coal liquefaction plants in four northern provinces to win 30 million tonnes of […]

June 16th, 2006 Tags: Chen Biting, China, China Securities Journal, China Shenhua Group, coal producer, coal-to-oil facility, crude oil prices, Japan, liquefaction technology, Mongolia, Oil, oil refinery, oil assets, oil businesses, oil demand, Royal Dutch Shell Plc., Shenhua Energy Co. Ltd., South Africa, South Africa’s Sasol Ltd., Tokyo, yuan

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