Who says banks don't back coal?

Who says banks don't back coal?

Despite some sentiments, it seems banks will still back coal.

Investment

26 SEPTEMBER 2018
Easier export loan for smaller players

Easier export loan for smaller players

Finding funds becomes easier for small METS players.

Innovation

07 APRIL 2016
A challenger for Challenger

A challenger for Challenger

It looked like a done deal, then along came Marmota.

Precious metals

05 NOVEMBER 2015
Making finance appealing

Making finance appealing

RPM's financial management software update brings the industry something it's never seen before.

Innovation

31 OCTOBER 2015
Sam can sleep well while Glencore deals with debt

Sam can sleep well while Glencore deals with debt

Commodity price collapse cruels Glencore and leads to emergency action.

Innovation

08 SEPTEMBER 2015
$1.4B loss for Atlas

$1.4B loss for Atlas

Atlas Iron has wrapped up a tough 2015 financial year with a $1.4 billion loss.

Base metals

14 AUGUST 2015
Contractors default risk rises

Contractors default risk rises

Tough times in the mining services sector could get tougher, according to a credit rating agency.

Development

13 AUGUST 2015
Another letdown for Carmichael

Another letdown for Carmichael

Another bank has pulled out as financial adviser on Adani's Carmichael coal project.

Coal

13 AUGUST 2015
Orica eyes $1.65B impairment

Orica eyes $1.65B impairment

Orica has forecast an impairment of $1.65 billion for the full year.

Development

07 AUGUST 2015
Rio profits plunge 80%

Rio profits plunge 80%

Rio Tinto's net profit for the 2015 first half took a massive but unsurprising 82% hit.

Base metals

07 AUGUST 2015
Money into tin

Money into tin

One tin miner is temporarily suspending production while another wants to acquire a mine.

Industrial minerals

06 AUGUST 2015
Skink, snake threaten Carmichael

Skink, snake threaten Carmichael

What does it take to derail a $16 billion coal project? A yakka skink and the ornamental snake apparently....

Natural resources

06 AUGUST 2015