Current News

  • Equinox sells Koricancha mill in Peru to Inca Gold in $12.4 million-deal

    Equinox sells Koricancha mill in Peru to Inca Gold in $12.4 million-deal

    Canadian junior Equinox Gold (TSX-V: EQX) is selling its 83%-owned, 350-tonne-per-day Koricancha gold mill in southern Peru to fellow miner Inca Gold Corp. (TSX-V:IO) in a deal valued at Cdn$16.3 million ($12.4 million). The Vancouver-based firm said the deal included certain recoverable taxes, such as Cdn$6 million in common shares …Read More »
  • Chris Temple from The National Investor – Tue 17 Jul, 2018

    Chris Temple from The National Investor – Tue 17 Jul, 2018

    Powell In Front Of Congress And Another Drop In GoldBefore heading to the Sprott conference I wanted to quickly record something with Chris Temple. We first discuss the Fed Chairman Powell’s testimony in front of Congress. Nothing new is being said but a reinforcement of the Fed hiking rates is …Read More »
  • Lakes, rivers near abandoned mine sites likely source of antibiotics

    Lakes, rivers near abandoned mine sites likely source of antibiotics

    Canadian scientists from Laurentian University have found that waterbodies impacted by decades of mining activity could be a potential new source of antibiotics. The group, led by Dr. J.A. Scott, a bioengineering professor, examined lakes and rivers located within five kilometres of abandoned Northern Ontario mine sites. The goal was …Read More »
  • Here’s Why Earnings Season Matters… And How YOU Cash In!

    Here’s Why Earnings Season Matters… And How YOU Cash In!

    This post Here’s Why Earnings Season Matters… And How YOU Cash In! appeared first on Daily Reckoning. If you watch business news channels regularly, you’ll start to notice a pattern. Every three months, like clockwork, they’ll devote hundreds of hours of programming to a single topic. For about six weeks, …Read More »
  • LME to launch monthly 'implied pricing' for base metals

    LME to launch monthly 'implied pricing' for base metals

    The London Metal Exchange (LME), the world’s biggest and oldest market for industrial metals, is implementing an “implied pricing” functionality, a set of synthetic monthly prices, in an attempt to offset increasing competition from other exchanges such as those operated by CME Group. Starting on July 30, the exchange will …Read More »
  • Nevsun passes on Lundin’s $1.4 billion fresh takeover bid

    Nevsun passes on Lundin’s $1.4 billion fresh takeover bid

    Base metals producer Nevsun Resources (TSX:NSU) has once again dismissed a takeover offer by Lundin Mining (TSX:LUN), as it believes the Cdn$1.4 billion (about $1.1bn) bid ignores the fundamental value of the company and its assets. Chief Executive Officer Peter Kukielski said Lundin's notional takeover offer represents only a 13 …Read More »
  • Chris Temple from The National Investor – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    Chris Temple from The National Investor – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    Trump/Putin Press Conference Recap And A Drop In OilChris Temple joins me to share his thoughts on the press conference today with Trump and Putin. We also look at the markets reaction (or lack there of) and the drop in oil. Download audio file (2018_07_16-Chris-Temple.mp3) Click here to visit Chris’s …Read More »
  • The Art of the Deal Vs. The Art of War

    The Art of the Deal Vs. The Art of War

    This post The Art of the Deal Vs. The Art of War appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Today, I have another special issue of the Rich Life Roadmap. My colleague (and university classmate!) Mike Burnick is sharing his second contribution to tell you about a big opportunity I can guarantee …Read More »
  • Company News – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    Company News – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    Novo Exercises Right to Purchase Half of Comet Well RoyaltyBelow is the latest news out of Novo. The purchasing of half the Comet Well Royalty is a strategic long-term play. It turns out another Company (International Prospect Ventures Ltd.) was taking a run at the royalty so Novo utilized its …Read More »
  • Noront Resources won't be building its $1B Ferrochrome plant in Sudbury or Thunder Bay

    Noront Resources won't be building its $1B Ferrochrome plant in Sudbury or Thunder Bay

    The four cities vying for Noront Resources' Ferrochrome Production Facility has been reduced to just two candidates: Timmins and Sault Ste. Marie. On Friday Noront outlined reasons for dropping Thunder Bay and Sudbury from the list. Noront says the Sudbury proposal had the lowest operating cost, but there were significant …Read More »
  • John Rubino over at Dollar Collapse – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    John Rubino over at Dollar Collapse – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    The housing Market – Supply Is Starting To Pick UpJohn Rubino joins me to discuss some recent quarterly data out of the US in the housing sector. With price back to the peak of the last housing bubble the data shows that supply is also starting to pick up. I …Read More »
  • Video: Seasonality Analysis You Won’t Get From Gold Bugs

    Video: Seasonality Analysis You Won’t Get From Gold Bugs

    A look at how seasonality is much different over the last 5 years than the last 10,20 and 45. The pattern of the last 5 years implies a sharp decline by the end of summer. That differs from the generic look at the last few decades. Learn About TheDailyGold Premium …Read More »
  • Cory's Insights – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    Cory's Insights – Mon 16 Jul, 2018

    What Catches Your Eye At The Sprott Conference?Tomorrow the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium commences tomorrow in Vancouver. Below is a link to a breakdown of exhibiting companies at the conference. I will be attending Tuesday and Wednesday so please let me know what companies you would like me to chat …Read More »
  • Fura Gems grabs more ruby assets in Mozambique

    Fura Gems grabs more ruby assets in Mozambique

    Canada-listed Fura Gems (TSX-V:FUR), a new gemstone mining and marketing company headed by the former COO of Gemfields, is expanding its footprint in Mozambique by acquiring nine ruby assets in the country. The company, which began operations a year ago and already owns ruby assets in the African country, said the …Read More »
  • Vale’s iron ore output hit fresh record high despite trucker strike

    Vale’s iron ore output hit fresh record high despite trucker strike

    Brazil’s Vale (NYSE:VALE), the world’s No.1 iron ore miner, said Monday that production of the steelmaking material and pellets hit a fresh record high for a second quarter despite a nationwide trucker strike that paralyzed the country in May. The Rio de Janeiro-based miner said iron ore output hit 96.755-million tonnes in the three …Read More »
[Most Recent Quotes from www.kitco.com]

Commodities are powered by Investing.com