Metals and Minerals

14.06.2021

Volume of production in mining industry in EAEU countries decreases by 5.7%

In January-April 2021, Russia accounted for 88.2% of the total industrial production of the EAEU. This was stated in the analytical review of the Eurasian Economic Commission.

The share of Kazakhstan accounted for 6.7%, Belarus 4.5%, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia 0.3% each.

In the structure of industrial production of the EAEU in January-April...

In January-April 2021, Russia accounted for 88.2% of the total industrial production of the EAEU. This was stated in the analytical review of the Eurasian Economic Commission.

The share of Kazakhstan accounted for 6.7%, Belarus 4.5%, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia 0.3% each.

In the structure of industrial production of the EAEU in January-April...

14.06.2021

State Agency of Geology announces winning firms of auction for 3 coal deposits in Batken region

Auctions were held for three sections of brown coal on June 7, 2021 in the building of the Batken regional state administration, according to the State Agency of Geology and Subsoil Use under the Ministry of Energy and Industry.

Thus, auctions were held to grant the right to use subsoil in...

Auctions were held for three sections of brown coal on June 7, 2021 in the building of the Batken regional state administration, according to the State Agency of Geology and Subsoil Use under the Ministry of Energy and Industry.

Thus, auctions were held to grant the right to use subsoil in...

14.06.2021

Bears control bullion as cash, paper markets keep scoring, silver up

Gold prices slipped on Friday, pressured by a stronger dollar, with some investors betting on rising U.S. consumer prices being temporary and not affecting the Federal Reserve’s current monetary stimulus.

Spot gold had fallen 0.8% to $1,883.16 per ounce by 1304 GMT. U.S. gold futures were 0.6% lower at $1,885.50.

Inflation has...

Gold prices slipped on Friday, pressured by a stronger dollar, with some investors betting on rising U.S. consumer prices being temporary and not affecting the Federal Reserve’s current monetary stimulus.

Spot gold had fallen 0.8% to $1,883.16 per ounce by 1304 GMT. U.S. gold futures were 0.6% lower at $1,885.50.

Inflation has...

14.06.2021

Tin leads non-ferrous base metals price surge

Tin prices rose to their highest in more than a decade on Friday as expectations of severe shortages due to supply and shipping disruptions created by COVID restrictions fuelled another speculative buying frenzy.

Benchmark tin on the London Metal Exchange was up 0.4% at $31,400 a tonne at 1012 GMT.

Prices of...

Tin prices rose to their highest in more than a decade on Friday as expectations of severe shortages due to supply and shipping disruptions created by COVID restrictions fuelled another speculative buying frenzy.

Benchmark tin on the London Metal Exchange was up 0.4% at $31,400 a tonne at 1012 GMT.

Prices of...

11.06.2021

Jerui brings first billion to budget of Kyrgyzstan

After the start of production, Jerui continues to increase monthly payments to the budget of Kyrgyzstan in May, another 219.7 million som were received from the developer company Alliance Altyn for 3 main types of payments. Taking into account 140 million som paid in April, the first month after the...

After the start of production, Jerui continues to increase monthly payments to the budget of Kyrgyzstan in May, another 219.7 million som were received from the developer company Alliance Altyn for 3 main types of payments. Taking into account 140 million som paid in April, the first month after the...


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