Country notches up ninth consecutive month of increases.
The company is said to have inked an MoU with the government of Mozambique to build a US$1.4bn coking coal plant there to supply its manufacturing operations in Brazil.
Yellow metal falls US$15 following an upbeat speech by US President Donald Trump, with stock markets and the US dollar rising.
Spot prices ended the day's trading 0.15% higher at US$5,936/t (US$2.693/lb) on the London Metal Exchange.
Low or negative interest rates will favor higher yellow metal prices in the medium-term, with multiple Fed hikes unlikely in the coming two years due to fragile economic growth, Goldcorp CEO David Garofalo says.