Dryblower on the other Chinese attack, iron ore, June 22
A look at how Simandou could reduce China's reliance on Australian iron ore amid growing trade tensions.
Fortescue Metals Group shares had just hit an all-time high of A$16.66, though the stock has since climbed as high as $23.54.
One of Dryblower's more controversial columns of the year, he expressed annoyance at Victoria and its premier Dan Andrews amid the state's second COVID-19 wave, as mining kept Australia's economy afloat.
Dryblower looked at how China's feud with Australia could backfire.
A look at Sam Walsh's recollections of his time as iron ore boss of Rio Tinto.
Dryblower on Rio Tinto's invoice discounting, January 30
Rio Tinto seemed to adopt the "get a discount and grow rich" theory of doing business early in the year.
Dryblower questioned whether Rio management had become too top heavy.
A look at the Perth Mint scandal and the rise of ESG investing.
The imbalance of record gold prices and rising iron ore prices amid COVID-19 and trade tensions with China.
Dryblower was highly critical of Newcrest's financing deal with Lundin Gold, describing the Australian major as a "gold mining company which has lost its way".
Dryblower will return on Monday, January 11.