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Dow Jones rises and S&P 500 falls, March 24-28|
Comments from Premier Li Keqiang that China is likely to continue to pump money into infrastructure investment to bolster economic growth and signs in the United States of a strengthening economy, with consumer spending rising 0.3% in February...
Gold miners weigh on TSX, March 24-28|
Weaker gold prices and slumping tech stocks outweighed signs of an improving economy south of the border and the TSX Composite fell 100 points to 14,178.84 points for the March 24-28 period.
Augusta Resource comments on strategic review|
Nine interested parties including a number of "significant industry players" have signed confidentiality agreements to review the Rosemont copper project in Arizona, Augusta Resource (TSX: AZC; NYSE: AZC) says.
Banro's gold reserves jump 53% due to Namoya|
Toronto-based Banro Corp. (TSX: BAA; NYSE: BAA) has published an initial reserve estimate for its Namoya gold mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, pushing up company-wide reserves by 53% to 2.36 million oz.
Antipodes Gold shifts gears as it takes over ops at WKP|
VANCOUVER -- New Zealand hosts some intriguing mineralogy when it comes to epithermal gold-silver systems, and newly-minted Antipodes Gold (TSXV: AGX, NZE: AGX) is aiming to take advantage of near-term production potential at its...
Mosaic cuts 51 workers across Saskatchewan|
Mosaic's (NYSE: MOS) decision this week to lay off 51 workers across its potash division in Saskatchewan -- or just under 2% of its workforce in the province in Western Canada -- is certainly not as dramatic as Potash...
More strong results from Premier's Hardrock|
Premier Gold Mines (TSX: PG) is nearing completion of a 60,000-metre infill drill program at its Hardrock deposit in Ontario and is on track to incorporate the results into an updated resource estimate by the end of the second quarter of this...
China loses REE dispute at WTO|
A dispute panel at the Word Trade Organization (WTO) has reached a strong decision against the Chinese government policy of restricting exports of rare earth minerals, tungsten and molybdenum -- all key ingredients in high-value, high-tech...
Osisko continues to fend off Goldcorp's hostile bid|
Osisko Mining's (TSX: OSK) CEO Sean Roosen maintains the company's Canadian Malartic gold mine in Quebec is being grossly undervalued by Goldcorp (TSX:G; NYSE: GG) which launched a hostile US$2.6 billion or US$5.95 per share...
Capstone more than doubles Pinto Valley mine life|
VANCOUVER - Six months after buying the Pinto Valley mine, Capstone Mining (TSX: CS) has shown that the copper-molybdenum-silver mine can operate for at least eight extra years and produce a billion more pounds of copper than previously...
Avnel outlines new future for historic Kalana mine|
VANCOUVER - When Avnel Gold Mining (TSX: AVK) bought the Kalana gold project in southwest Mali in 2002 its first priority was getting the historic mine back into production, as required by the terms of the property deal. As a result Avnel...
The Russian effect: First nickel, now palladium|
First it was nickel prices and now it's palladium. Another metal with a silver hue, albeit a more precious one, has been on a run with sanctions against Russia again being seen as the culprit.
Wallbridge to put Broken Hammer into production|
Wallbridge Mining (TSX: WM) has decided to proceed with the construction in April of an open-pit mine at its Broken Hammer copper and platinum group metal project in Sudbury, Ontario and says production should start in June. Total capex is...
Ecuador Gold boosts Santa Barbara resource ahead of PEA|
VANCOUVER -- Development potential is coming into focus for Toronto-based explorer Ecuador Gold & Copper (TSXV: EGX) at its flagship Santa Barbara gold-copper porphyry deposit along the Zamora belt in southeastern Ecuador. On March 24...
U.S. markets climb, March 17-21|
As President Vladimir Putin signed off on laws completing Russia's annexation of Crimea, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen held her first press conference and indicated that the first rise in interest rates could come as soon as...
TSX rises as gold miners fall, March 17-21|
The TSX Composite Index was up 77 points to 14,335.76 points for the March 17-21 period as better than expected retail sales and stronger economic data from south of the border lifted investors spirits. Several closely watched leading...
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