Gold and nickel will bring success to Russia's mining industry this year.
Russia is one of the biggest mineral producers in the world, supplying 15 percent of the world's iron ore and 20 percent of the world's nickel...
With its Kun-Manie project, Amur Minerals has secured its place at the top of the mining industry for the years to come.
According to analysts, a deficit in nickel might take place in 2015.
Investing in Russian stocks in the middle of conflict and troubles with the ruble can still be a good choice.
These mining exploration companies not only focus on expanding their deposits and projects but also work on global concerns about the mining industry.
The equipment used in mining is now evolving as drones, driverless trucks and robots are utilized in the operations.
Nickel is an important element in any equipment today, from cooking tools to smartphones to buildings.
Let’s face it: The junior mining segment has been in terrible shape in 2014.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict has a devastating effect on the global economy, and Russia would experience the negative impact for the long term.