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29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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Jury out on Cascabel resource

Not all agree, but there is plenty of support for SolGold's first pass numbers

TMAC appoints banker as CEO

BMO mining chief to take on mining company with operational issues

Dumont back as nickel-cobalt opportunity

Quebec nickel-cobalt project taking calls from interested parties

Kingsgate board survives coup

A 55% majority of shareholders backed the Kingsgate chairman

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Mining majors up

Mining majors closed higher around the globe in the past 24 hours, with the likes of Anglo American (LN:AAL), Rio Tinto (LN:RIO), Freeport-McMoRan (US:FCX), Kinross Gold (CN:K) and BHP (AU:BHP) all rising.

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Finance > Capital-markets

Mining majors up

Mining majors closed higher around the globe in the past 24 hours, with the likes of Anglo American (LN:AAL), Rio Tinto (LN:RIO), Freeport-McMoRan (US:FCX), Kinross Gold (CN:K) and BHP (AU:BHP) all rising.

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Mining majors up

MinRes up on mixed news

Benchmark indices were mixed as the much-anticipated US tax reforms are all but set for approval while commodity prices are on the rise.

Nickel was around the US$12,000 per tonne mark on the London Metal Exchange, copper was close to $7,000/t and the spot gold price was also a little higher, above $1,265 an ounce earlier today.

Among the larger-capitalised Australian resource stocks, Mineral Resources (AU:MIN) and nickel miner Western Areas (AU:WSA) both gained more than 4%.

MinRes had a newsy day that included being told by the Western Australian government it could not mine at its low-grade J5 and Bungalbin East iron ore projects; and striking a binding agreement to acquire Perth-based oil and gas producer AWE Ltd (AU:AWE) in a cash and scrip deal.

MinRes said the government decision would "not have a material impact" on its business due to the declining demand for low-grade iron ore, and separately said it had a "strong desire" to develop AWE's tier one gas asset as a key pillar of its business.

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