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Beneath the pit, some 370 miles of tunnels twist through solid rock, extending more than 1.5 miles below the surface. For 126 years, this site in Lead, S.D., housed the Homestake Mine, the deepest and most productive gold mine on the continent. In 2006, the Barrick Gold Corporation donated the mine to the state of South Dakota, which converted it into the largest subterranean laboratory in the United States, the Sanford Underground Research Facility. Although the lowest tunnels flooded after mining ceased, it is still possible to descend nearly a mile beneath the planet’s surface. Most of the sci­entists who do so are physicists conducting highly sensitive experi­ments that must be shielded from interfering cosmic rays.
Persons: sci­entists Organizations: Barrick Gold Corporation, Sanford Underground Research, Sanford Locations: North America, South Dakota, United States
Build up Ukrainian military power and compel Russia to agree to peace, argues a Ukrainian security expert. It's also clear that even with robust EU and US support, Ukraine is still at a disadvantage against the Russian war machine in a years-long fight. Related storiesDanylyuk also worries that political divergences between Ukraine and its allies are undermining Ukrainian military effectiveness. REUTERS/Sofiia GatilovaThe result is that the Ukrainian military isn't sure what kind of war to prepare for. Interestingly, Danylyuk blames the West for failing to adapt its equipment to the lessons of the Ukraine war.
Persons: Oleksandr Danylyuk, Danylyuk, Carl von Clausewitz, Biden, It's, Ukraine's, Michael Peck Organizations: Service, Business, Royal United Services Institute, Century, [ Armed Forces, REUTERS, Ukrainian, Russian, Defense, Foreign Policy, Rutgers Univ, Twitter, LinkedIn Locations: Ukraine, Russia, USSR, British, Europe, Ukrainian, Kostiantynivka, Donetsk, Crimea, Soviet, Afghanistan, Russian, Moscow, China, North Korea, Iran, Forbes
This complex will be world’s first large-scale “green steel” project, according to H2 Green Steel, the Swedish company behind the multi-billion-dollar mill. Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg/Getty ImagesWhile projects like H2 Green Steel show momentum is growing, experts say the pace is far too slow. Northern Sweden is also home to the HYBRIT green steel pilot plant — which is one step ahead. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a visit to Hybrit Steel Plant in Lulea, Sweden, on May 30, 2023. But there’s also the challenge of producing large amounts of green hydrogen, which will require huge amounts of renewable energy.
Persons: Peter Boer, Dhiraj Singh, , Mohamed Atouife, Daniel Acker, ” Atouife, HYBRIT, Biden, Antony Blinken, Jonas Ekstromer, Martin Pei, SSAB, ” Pei, Chathurika, Caitlin Swalec, Jonathan Nackstrand, Pei, there’s, , Philipp Verpoort, “ It’s, Princeton’s, Swalec, Chris Greig, ” Greig, RMI’s Gamage Organizations: CNN, Green Steel, Tata Steel, Bloomberg, Getty, Rourkela Steel, Princeton University, Volvo, Hybrit Steel, TT, Agency, AFP, , Mountain Institute, Global Energy Monitor, Potsdam Institute, Climate Impact, Potsdam, Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy, Workers, Jiangsu Shagang, Co, European Union Locations: Sweden, Boden, Swedish, Wijk aan, Netherlands, Odisha, India, Indiana, Portage , Indiana, Northern Sweden, Cleveland, Ohio, Middletown, Mississippi, Lulea, Luleå, AFP, China, Europe, Japan, Jiangsu, Huai'an, Jiangsu Province, European
Last year, the soy milk seller made a net profit of only 209 million yuan ($29 million). And it’s still unsure how much it owes in fines, which could be potentially higher than the actual $11.7 million tax bill. Including fines, the company needed to pay a total amount of 480 million yuan ($66 million). The amounts paid vary from 8 million yuan ($1.1 million) to 310 million yuan ($43 million). It said in January that the Shenzhen government had asked for payment of 19.8 million yuan ($2.7 million) in back taxes for 2017 and 20.2 million yuan ($2.8 million) in fines.
Persons: they’ve, , Craig Singleton, Frank Tian Xie, ” Singleton, it’s, ” Bohui, Organizations: Hong Kong CNN — Authorities, Food & Beverage, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Administration of Taxation, “ Police, Taxation, Centers ”, University of South, University of South Carolina Aiken, Ningbo Bohui Chemical Technology, Healthcare, ChinaLin Securities, Yixintang Pharmaceutical Group Locations: China, Hong Kong, Zhijiang, Hubei, Yichun, Jiangxi, University of South Carolina, , ” Beijing, Ningbo, Qinghai, Golmud, Chongqing, Shanghai, Shenzhen
“I have had to learn how to manage my profound anxiety writing — or, in some cases, not manage very well,” she told CNN in a video interview. “Particularly, the anxiety I feel around writing a book that has so much to do with physical longing. “I don’t feel I’ve recovered, and I don’t expect to recover,” she said. “People in my life might think I’ve had an affair with a queer Korean American ballerina. I wanted to write a book suffused with queer joy and queer plenitude.
Persons: R.O, Kwon, , Jesse Dittmar, — they’re, Garth Greenwell, , Jin Han, Lidija, she’d, Phillip, Jin, , I’ve, “ I’ve, Philip, enlivening, ” Jin, ” Kwon, , ” “, Queerness Organizations: CNN, , Korean Locations: Seoul, San Francisco, Korean,
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. The shift presents challenges for tech-focused ETFs and could affect their holdings of heavyweights like Nvidia , Microsoft , and Apple . Markets are pricing in at least two rate cuts this year, while Fed officials have indicated only one rate cut is likely. Nvidia takes the crown Nvidia on Tuesday surpassed Microsoft to become the world's most valuable public company with a market cap of $3.34 trillion. Federal Reserve Governor Adriana Kugler signaled the likelihood of a rate cut later this year.
Persons: Dave Calhoun, Josh Hawley, Calhoun, Hawley, Paul Ashworth, Susan Collins, Collins, Adriana Kugler, " Kugler, Jeff Cox, Cox, Claudia Sahm, , Kif Leswing, Bob Pisani, Leslie Josephs, Alex Harring, Samantha Subin, Spencer Kimball, Yun Li, Lim Hui Jie Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Federal Reserve, Fed, Boeing, Federal, North, Capital Economics, Boston Federal, Peterson Institute for International Economics Locations: New York City, U.S, North America, Boston, Lawrence , Massachusetts, Washington
Nvidia , long known in the niche gaming community for its graphics chips, is now the most valuable public company in the world. Shares of the chipmaker climbed 3.2% in mid-day trading on Tuesday, lifting the company's market cap to $3.33 trillion, surpassing Microsoft . Earlier this month, Nvidia hit a $3 trillion market cap for the first time, and passed Apple . Founded in 1991, Nvidia spent its first few decades primarily as a hardware company that sold chips for gamers to run 3D titles. Nvidia is a newcomer to the title of most valuable U.S. company.
Persons: It's, Jensen Organizations: Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Forbes, Windows, Dow Jones, Dow Locations: OpenAI, U.S
But investors with a greater risk appetite or a longer runway to retirement can consider stocks. CNBC Pro asked the experts what stocks they would buy that are suited to long-term investing for retirement purposes. Dziubinski named three stocks which she says look undervalued but will make "great long-term investments" at current prices. Starbucks Dziubinski says Starbucks ' brand and pricing power have earned it a wide economic moat rating, which according to the firm refers to a company's durable competitive advantage. Wheaton Precious Metals Regal Point Capital's Marolia named Wheaton Precious Metals as a stock with long-term potential.
Persons: Susan Dziubinski, Dziubinski, Vijay Marolia, Morningstar, Marolia, it's, Wheaton, we've, we're Organizations: Morningstar, CNBC Pro, Regal Point, Consumer, Johnson, Brands, Nike Nike, Nike, Wheaton Precious, Wheaton Precious Metals, Blackstone Group
The 19-year-old daughter of a Russian mining magnate is suing her NYU roommate. The lawsuit claims the roommate stole about $51,000 worth of luxury items, including a ruby ring. According to the suit, she sold some of the items on The RealReal — a secondhand marketplace. AdvertisementAurora Agapov, the daughter of a Russian-American mining magnate, has accused her New York University roommate of stealing more than $50,000 worth of luxury handbags and jewelry from her. In a lawsuit filed on May 31 in Manhattan's Supreme Court, Agapov, a 19-year-old freshman, claimed that her 18-year-old roommate, Kaitlyn Fung, sold some of the items on The RealReal — a secondhand luxury marketplace.
Persons: , Kaitlyn Fung Organizations: NYU, Service, New York University, Business Locations: Manhattan's
Morgan Stanley lowered its price target on Nike. Meanwhile, UBS upgraded Best Buy to buy from neutral. — Brian Evans 6:45 a.m.: UBS upgrades Newmont UBS thinks rising gold prices into 2025 can help lift Newmont Corporation moving forward. — Brian Evans 6 a.m.: UBS upgrades Best Buy, forecasts outperformance ahead UBS thinks a potential forthcoming appliance upgrade cycle as well as new product offerings could lift Best Buy stock. The bank reiterated its overweight rating on shares but trimmed its price target to $114 from $116.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Toll, Susan Maklari, — Brian Evans, Daniel Major, Major, Michael Lasser, Lasser, BBY, Alex Straton, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nike, UBS, Newmont, Dow Jones
Out west, Denes hopes to plant seeds of community with the help of the project’s host, Tinworks, an arts organization in the rapidly developing city of Bozeman. “Wheat is wonderful — it sustains humanity and is probably the most planted food next to rice. Jenny Moore/TinworksSome 200 packets of wheat were also distributed among Bozeman residents to grow concurrently with Denes' field. “Can you imagine if I could have realized 20 or 30?”Sowing seeds for changeAs with “Wheatfield,” seeds have often served as potent symbols for Denes. Courtesy Agnes Denes/Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + ProjectsWith “Wheatfield – An Inspiration,” like with all her work, Denes strives for nuance and to engender change through visitors and participants who take something meaningful from the work.
Persons: Agnes Denes, , CNN —, Denes, Bozeman . Wheat, ” Denes, , Blair, Jenny Moore, Tinworks, Kenny Van Dyke, , ” Moore, Agnes, Moore, I’d, it’s, Leslie Tonkonow, Organizations: CNN, Art Basel, Bozeman ., Bozeman, Tinworks, Montana, Locations: Lower Manhattan, Montana, Wheatfield, Budapest, New York, Battery Park City, Milan, Switzerland, Bozeman, Montana State, Ylojarvi, Finland, , Sullivan County , New York, Lewiston, Niagara, Long Island , New York, Kassel, Germany, Istanbul, Egypt, Queens , New York, “ Wheatfield
Australia's Albanese, China's Li hold 'candid' talks
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China's Premier Li Qiang (L) and Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese shake hands during a signing ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra on June 17, 2024. This dialogue has allowed us to build a deeper awareness of our respective interests," Albanese said in opening remarks. After the meeting, Li told reporters the leaders held a "candid, in-depth and fruitful meeting and reached a lot of consensus". Albanese told reporters after the meeting the two countries had revitalized engagement and he was "determined to keep growing our relationship where we can." watch nowOn regional issues, he had told Li that "Australia advocates that we should all work together to promote a regional balance where no country dominates and no country is dominated".
Persons: Li Qiang, Anthony Albanese, Lukas Coch, Li, Xi Jinping, " Albanese, Albanese, Gong, Tenzin Wougyal Organizations: Australia's, House, AFP, Getty Locations: Canberra, Australian, Beijing, Australia, China, Hong Kong
Editor’s Note: Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. CNN —In travel news this week, new hiking programs in Italy, America’s best restaurants and chefs and how to bear-proof your picnic. Hiking in ItalyThe Proclaimers were willing to walk 500 miles for their dream, but the under-35s only have to embark on a 500-kilometer (311-mile) walking route to qualify for three nights’ free accommodation in Sardinia, Italy. The accommodation vouchers are valid from September 15 to the end of the year, so start planning now. CNN Travel celebrates the best barbecue from around the world.
Persons: James Beard, CNN It’s, Yogi Bear, they’re, It’s Organizations: CNN, Palma de Mallorca Airport, Austrian Airlines, Palma de Mallorca, Oakland Zoo, China Eastern Airlines, CNN Travel Locations: Italy, Sardinia, Cammino, Santa Barbara, Chicago, Denmark, French Polynesia, India, Nepal, Greece, China, Spain, Austrian, Palma, Vienna, Austria, California, Florida
Also helping was the 8.5% rally in portfolio heavyweight Nvidia following its 10-for-1 stock split on Monday. Within the Club this week, we heard from Broadcom , which reported strong quarterly results and announced its own 10-for-1 stock split. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. If Jim has talked about a stock on CNBC TV, he waits 72 hours after issuing the trade alert before executing the trade.
Persons: Economists, Jerome Powell, financials, That's, Here's, FactSet, Lennar, LEN, Jabil, Smith, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan McDermid Organizations: Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Wednesday, PPI, Apple, Broadcom, Oracle, Adobe, Nvidia, Investors, Housing, Monday, Darden, Olive Garden, Longhorn, U.S, Accenture, Kroger, KR, Wesson, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Federal Reserve, New York Stock Exchange Locations: U.S, Olive, New York City
Shares of AFC Energy , a provider of hydrogen-fueled power generation technologies, is expected to more than double over the next year, according to RBC Capital. The London-listed company, founded in 2006, makes a range of proprietary hydrogen fuel cell systems aimed at off-grid and remote power generation for construction, mining, and transportation industries. U.K. shares are generally priced in pence, with 100 pence equal to one British pound ($1.28). The 30-kilowatt generators consume hydrogen for fuel and will be available to customers in the U.K. through its joint venture with equipment hire firm Speedy Hire . The three-year deal with Speedy Hire — under its Speedy Hydrogen Solutions brand — will target U.K. and Irish construction and emergency power markets.
Persons: Erwan Kerouredan, Victoria McCulloch, Saudi Arabia's Organizations: AFC Energy, RBC Capital, RBC, AFC, Saudi, Speedy Hire Locations: London, British, United States, Germany, East, North Africa, Saudi
Less than four hours after Trump's roundtable wrapped, the former president took to social media to extol the virtues of the bitcoin mining business. "Bitcoin mining may be our last line of defense against a CBDC," Trump posted shortly before midnight on Tuesday. "That's where you've got all these ancillary jobs; it's not just the bitcoin mining directly," said Cook. Enter bitcoin miners. Adding bitcoin miners to the portfolio of energy buyers has helped to improve the core economics of renewable power production.
Persons: Donald Trump, Eva Marie Uzcategui, , New York —, Jason Les, Bitcoin, Bill Hagerty, David Bailey, Trump, Bailey, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Les, Warren, Geoff Kendrick, bitcoin, Matthew Schultz, Jayson Browder, Brian Hughes, Biden, Harris, Andreessen Horowitz, Ron Conway, Fred Wilson, Cameron, Tyler Winklevoss, Schultz, Browder, CleanSpark, Coke, Chris Cook, Cook, There's, Amanda Fabiano, Fabiano, Marathon's Browder, We've, Exacore's Cook, you've, it's, Digital's Browder Organizations: U.S, Mar, Lago, Trump, Riot, Marathon Digital Holdings, Arkon Energy, Cholla Energy, Exacore, CNBC, Senate's Banking, Finance, China, BTC Inc, Radical Communist, Democratic, Trump —, solana, Internal Revenue Service, Libertarian National Convention, Standard Chartered, Circuits, Government Affairs, Federal Reserve, Biden, U.S . Treasury Department, Republican, NASDAQ, Fabiano Consulting Locations: Lago, West Palm Beach , Florida, New York, Palm Beach , Florida, bitcoin, China, Russia, U.S, America, Washington, San Francisco, Beijing, Marathon, United States, West Texas
According to data from CryptoQuant, the flow of bitcoin leaving miners wallets for exchanges – which indicates a selling event – reached a two-month high last weekend. Additionally, miner selling through over-the-counter desks saw its biggest daily volume since late March. CryptoQuant shows the hourly transfer of bitcoin from miners to exchanges rose to more than 3,000 bitcoins on June 9. "Daily bitcoin miner revenues stand today at about $35 million, down 55% from their 2024 peak reached in March." That's mostly as a result of "depressed" transaction fees, however, rather than the slashing of miners' block reward at the halving.
Persons: , Mike Colonnese, Wainwright, we're, Bitcoin, Julio Moreno, Moreno, Colonnese, Iris, Iren, They've Organizations: H.C, Iris Energy Locations: CryptoQuant
The first half of the year has generally been good for the market, with the S & P 500 and the Nasdaq repeatedly reaching record highs. Year-to-date, the S & P 500 is up around 13% and the Nasdaq has risen 14.9%. Against that uncertain backdrop, investors might be looking at exchange-traded funds or mutual funds to diversify their investments. Morningstar provided the list of top-performing funds, which all beat the S & P 500. Using FactSet, that list was screened for funds that analysts give 10% or more upside, and that at least half give a buy rating.
Persons: Thomas Poullaouec, Rowe Price, Ed Clissold, Ned Davis, Morningstar, Richard Bernstein Organizations: Nasdaq, U.S . Federal Reserve, Ned, Ned Davis Research, CNBC Pro, Copper Miners, X Copper Miners, Industrial, Richard Bernstein Advisors Locations: Asia, Pacific, U.S, Turkey
Towering over Kyiv for six decades, Hotel Ukraine has witnessed some pivotal moments in Ukraine’s recent history. Today, blue and yellow flags cover lawns near the hotel, serving as a reminder of the many lives lost in the war between Ukraine and Russia. Now, Hotel Ukraine is up for auction as part of an effort to sell off some large state assets to help fund the military and bolster an economy battered by a grueling war that has drained the country’s coffers. The starting price for Hotel Ukraine is $25 million. Beginning this summer, the government will auction some 20 state-owned companies, including Hotel Ukraine, a vast shopping mall in Kyiv, and several mining and chemical companies.
Organizations: Soviet Union, Ukrainian, Hotel Ukraine, Hotel Locations: Kyiv, Ukraine, Soviet, Russia, Hotel Ukraine
Brisbane, Australia CNN —An Australian billionaire is offering to build a secure gate system on the Israel-Gaza border that he says could allow 10,000 metric tons of food aid to be delivered each day to starving Palestinians. He’s also committed $5 million to improve the Jordanian humanitarian land corridor by building storage warehouses to allow more aid to pass to Gaza. Cargo trucks carrying humanitarian aid move through security inspections before crossing into the Gaza Strip, in Kerem Shalom, Israel on March 14. The IDF has repeatedly said hundreds of trucks carrying humanitarian aid have been entering the Gaza Strip, but aid organizations say the supplies are not reaching civilians in need. The passage of aid into Gaza has become gridlocked by Israeli inspections, and in some cases the temporary closure of access points.
Persons: Australia CNN —, Andrew Forrest, Antony Blinken, He’s, ” Forrest, Minderoo, Forrest, Israel, Fortescue, Marcus Yam Organizations: Australia CNN, Minderoo Foundation, United Nations, US, CNN, Cargo, Los Angeles Times, Israel Defense Forces, Ministry of Health, IDF, United Nations Security, Systems, NET, US Agency for International Development Locations: Brisbane, Australia, Israel, Gaza, Jordan, Egypt, Kerem Shalom, airdrops
Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating following the company's Worldwide Developers Conference. Baird reiterates Tesla as outperform Baird said it's sticking with its outperform rating heading into Thursday's shareholder meeting. "We are initiating coverage of Bitdeer Technologies Group (BTDR) with an Overweight rating and $13 PT." We argue the former, initiating coverage with an Outperform rating and $50 TP." Barclays reiterates PepsiCo as overweight Barclays said it's sticking with its overweight rating on the stock despite a bumpy macro in the salty snacks category.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Apple, WWDC, Oppenheimer, Ford, Baird, Tesla, Evercore, Cantor Fitzgerald, Cantor, Piper Sandler, Piper, it's, it's bullish, Bernstein, BTIG, D.A, Davidson, Citi, Uber Organizations: Nets, Apple, JPMorgan downgrades, JPMorgan, Nvidia, Bitdeer, Bitdeer Technologies, Citi, Broadcom, VMware, Barclays, DA, PepsiCo Locations: JPMorgan downgrades Cleveland, Cleveland, Delaware, China
Mining firm Rare Earths Norway says it has discovered Europe's largest proven deposit of highly prized rare earth elements, potentially reflecting a watershed moment for both the Nordic country and the broader region. One of the few deposits not owned or controlled by China, the discovery of continental Europe's largest rare earths deposit is considered a welcome boost in Europe's bid to break China's rare earths dominance. Alf Reistad, CEO of Rare Earths Norway, told CNBC that the discovery at Fen represents a "great milestone" for the company. "It is important to state that there is absolutely no extraction of rare earth elements in Europe today," Reistad said via videoconference on Monday. Rare Earths Norway said the rare earths deposit in Telemark, roughly 210 kilometers (130 miles) southwest of Oslo, is likely to underscore Norway's position as an integral part of Europe's rare earth and critical raw material value chain.
Persons: Alf Reistad, Reistad Organizations: Tech Co, Mining, Nordic, Rare, Norway, CNBC Locations: Mongolia, Baotou, Inner Mongolia, China, Norway, Sweden, Europe, videoconference, Telemark, Oslo
However, one Ukrainian company is building steel screens that can offer the tanks an extra layer of protection. For more than a year and a half, the company has been making protective steel screens for Kyiv's aging T-64 and T-72 tanks. Related VideoJust a few weeks ago, this operation expanded to the Abrams tanks, US-made armor designed and developed during the Cold War to fight the Soviet tank threat. An M1 Abrams tank with protective screens in May. The jury is still out for the Abrams tanks, as they were only recently given the added protection.
Persons: , Abrams, Oleksandr Myronenko, Christian Carrillo, Metinvest, Myronenko, it's Organizations: Service, Abrams, Business, Metinvest, M1A1, US, Spc, Soviet, Bradley Fighting Locations: Ukraine, Ukrainian, Zaporizhzhia, Germany, Russia, Soviet
On a recent road trip across the American West, I made a stop at The Gold King Mine and Ghost Town. The ghost town is part of the mining town of Haynes, Arizona. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementI will never turn down a visit to a ghost town. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Organizations: Town, Service, Business Locations: Haynes , Arizona, Colorado
An employee arranges gold bars for a photograph at the YLG Bullion International headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. The gold mining industry is struggling to sustain production growth as deposits of the yellow metal become harder to find, according to the World Gold Council. According to data from the international trade association, mine production inched up only 0.5% in 2023 compared to a year ago. In 2022, the growth was 1.35% year on year, the year before it was 2.7%, while in 2020, global gold production logged the first decline in a decade, sliding 1%. New gold deposits are becoming harder to find around the world as many prospective areas have already been explored, he elaborated.
Persons: We've, we've, John Reade, Reade Organizations: World Gold Locations: Bangkok, Thailand
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