Friday, October 19, 2012

DERA informed - Glencore plans to acquire Xstrata

The DERA announces: "could The proposed acquisition of the mining company Xstrata by commodities trader Glencore International in Switzerland, the fifth-largest mining company for mineral raw materials originate." Below, the German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA) rated in the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), the impact of the merger on the global commodity markets.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Project wants to bring the recovery of valuable materials from mining dumps ahead

The extraction of mineral materials from mining dumps is the focus of another project from the funding program "r ³ - Innovative Technologies for Resource Efficiency - Strategic Metals and Minerals" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. In Prof. Jens Gutzmer from the Department of Economic Geology and Petrology led project "SMSB - obtaining strategic metals and other minerals from Saxon mining dumps" are examined landfills on Saxon territory on its contents at strategic metals. The Technical University of Freiberg receives 910,000 euros of funding for the project by the federal government.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

mineral resources are scarce for buyers

Resource scarcity is forcing humanity to reconsider

Recent report by the International Resource Panel of the UNEP draws on substantial research by the Institute for Social Ecology, Klagenfurt.

The United Nations Environment Program is today, 9th May 2011 in Geneva, its latest report on resource consumption and environmental consequences before. The authors Marina Fischer-Kowalski (Institute for Social Ecology, Alpen-Adria University, Austria) and Mark Swilling (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa) come to the conclusion that further economic growth at the same rate as before by the cost of resource consumption can walk plant biomass, fossil fuels, metals, industrial materials and building materials.

By 2050, mankind is annually 140 billion tons of minerals, ores consume fossil fuels and biomass per year. This is three times as much as the current consumption. These values ​​are valid, if economic growth continues in the same extent as before the intended use of resources.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Investors have the fingers off commodities

But it certainly will go up again. Before the EU summit, investors act cautiously in commodities. Oil and gold became cheaper light, the copper price hovered around its previous close of $ 7,835 per tonne.

The copper price remained virtually unchanged today.
Source: dpa
FrankfurtDie uncertainty about the outcome of the EU summit later this week, investors in commodity trading markets has kept at bay. "Investors are on hold," said David Morrison, market strategist at GFT Global, on Wednesday. The big fear is that could be adopted at the summit nothing concrete or sustainable solution to the debt crisis.Oil and gold became cheaper light, the copper price hovered around its previous close of $ 7,835 per tonne.
Yet there is hope that some of the politicians at their meeting on Thursday and Friday on measures to stabilize the monetary union in the long term. On Monday, Germany and France had developed proposals on how the fiscal and economic coordination can be strengthened in the euro-zone. In government circles, it said on Wednesday, however, the federal government is more pessimistic, if a successful agreement at the EU summit would. "From the many conversations in recent days and weeks, we have the impression, that have not yet understood, a number of players the seriousness of the situation," said a government official.

Monday, November 21, 2011

MLIIF - World Mining Fund Buy

The analysts of "Stock Research Service" currently recommend an
investment in the MLIIF - World Mining Fund (ISIN LU0075056555 / WKN
986 932).
The equity fund MLIIF - World Mining Fund invests in companies whose
business activities would mainly lie in the promotion or production of
base metals and industrial minerals, but also of gold or other
precious metals. In the fund actually had the "Who's Who" of the
industry represented. For here the focus was almost 30 percent of the
total investment on the world market leaders such as the Brazilian
CVRD (Companhia Vale do Rio Doce), the Anglo-Australian companies BHP
Billiton and Rio Tinto and Anglo-South African Anglo-American.
These giants were called diversified very much and would take in many
sub-sectors, market-leading positions. Each of the four set their own
priorities, so that there was in the sum of a balanced mixture of the
major base metals already in these four values. It should be mentioned
that this oligopolistic structures are a guarantee of continued high
prices. In addition, the fund also contains some top professionals
such as Alcoa and Impala Platinum.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

"Volkswagen is untouchable in Lower Saxony"

Country's finance minister Möllring

Lower Saxony wants to reduce the budget deficit to zero by 2017. Since the tax helps blessing of Volkswagen. Finance Möllring wants to keep the country must share. But he's participation at Hannover Airport is in the FAZ interview for discussion.
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Mr. Minister, you know what's happened in the last five minutes?

Lower Saxony's finance minister Finance Minister Hartmut Hartmut Möllring What should have happened?
The mortgage loan debt of the state of Lower Saxony rose by € 19 000. Every second will be added 62 €. You must be terribly hurt but as finance minister.

Monday, September 5, 2011

OUT AND ABOUT IN THE FUTURE - even in the holiday season

OUT AND ABOUT IN THE FUTURE - even in the holiday season
IT, New Media & Software
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