BHP Billiton News
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Gold may be sexy, but that doesn't mean it is a good inflation hedge.
European indices fall and most Asian markets edge lower amid nervousness about what the November nonfarm payrolls report from the U.S. on Friday will mean for the Federal Reserve's monthly bond-buying program.
European stock markets decline, with investors digesting a mixed round of purchasing managers’ indexes from China and major euro-zone economies.
In trading on Monday, shares of BHP Billiton Ltd. (NYSE: BHP) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $67.25, changing hands as low as $67.05 per share. BHP Billiton Ltd. shares are currently trading down about 1.4% on the day. The chart below shows the one year performance of
With a record number of rigs operating in the Gulf of Mexico, BP is charging full steam ahead into the region.
The U.S. Department of Energy just trumpeted the completion of a 20-year agreement that turned Russian nuclear warheads into U.S. nuclear reactor fuel—left unanswered is how we are going to replace that supply.
When it comes to mining, the big resources like iron ore and coal make most of the headlines—but there are some interesting niche miners that you should be watching, too.
Chasing dividend yields on stocks that have been rising fast is a sure fire way to lose principal when a market correction takes place. Since the interest rates had been at historic lows (and the Fed has ...
But I'll need to see a trigger fire off before I take the plunge.
25 November 2013 Page Body 1 BHP Billiton has approved US$301 million in execution capital (BHP Billiton share) to replace two shiploaders at our Nelson Point port operations in Port Hedland. ... This ...
Miner's potash project by itself at the moment doesn't fulfill all its needs just yet, but it could become the premier asset in a diverse portfolio of natural resources.
The U.K.’s FTSE 100 index slips, deepening its weekly loss, with TUI Travel and miners leading the charge south
A stock sale by Russian potash investor could be the catalyst that gets this fertilizer producing growing again.
European stock markets move lower, hurt by disappointing Chinese and French data as well as worries that the U.S. Federal Reserve will soon scale back its asset purchases.