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Tapering will slow, not reverse, gold’s ascent

Edison Investment Research head of mining Charlie Gibson believes sweeping changes in the global economy’s relationship with the world’s leading economic light, the US, is behind gold’s strangely positive reaction to the tapering of quantitative easing
Magazine Article Production and Markets 07 Feb 2014 0 Stars

This week: 7/2/14

A round up of this week in Finance news, Production news and statistics
Headline Article Reports 07 Feb 2014 0 Stars

ICT outlook 2014: The Big Data mother lode

Technology has many miners on the verge of major productivity, efficiency and safety gains
Breaking News Article Reports 05 Feb 2014 0 Stars

Galileo branches out

AIM-listed Galileo Resources plc is venturing outside its focus areas of rare earths and phosphate by agreeing to acquire a gold-copper property in the US.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 04 Feb 2014 0 Stars

Barrick, GoldCorp clinch Marigold sale

GoldCorp Inc and Barrick Gold Corp have sold their Marigold mine in Nevada to Silver Standard Resources Inc for US$275 million. GoldCorp, the 66.7% owner and operator of the mine said the sale was part of a process to focus on core assets.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 04 Feb 2014 0 Stars

It can only get better

This year should bring a gradual strengthening of mining and metals equity valuations and increased availability of capital after the bottom of the market was reached in 2013
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 03 Feb 2014 0 Stars

Delaying the inevitable

A listed company on any of the major exchanges doesn’t have many options when trying to fend off a bid from a rival company these days.
Breaking News Article Finance 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Gold equities to fight back

The gold price is likely to remain flat throughout 2014 but a report from Hong Kong-based finance firm Reorient Financial Markets suggests that, somewhat counter-intuitively, the early form shown by gold equities in January may continue well into the year.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

The ties that bind

“The second rule of technology is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.” – Bill Gates
Comment Article Opinion 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Russo's Rules: To infinity and… back

Parachutes handy when the high-flyers offer to help get a project off the ground
Comment Article Opinion 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

This week: 31/1/14

A round up of this week in Finance news, Production news and statistics
Headline Article Reports 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Requesting regulation

In Canada, NGOs have found an unlikely ally in their quest for transparency in the extractives industry: the mining companies themselves
Headline Article Production and Markets 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Fortune CFO

Adam Jean was appointed chief financial officer at diversified Canadian miner Fortune Minerals Ltd after Julian Kemp left the company
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Miner's right: Gold game gets more interesting

Those selling short the yellow metal in their 2014 outlook might have to rethink their position
Reports Article Reports 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Russo's rules: To infinity and… back

Parachutes handy when the high-flyers offer to help get a project off the ground
Reports Article Reports 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

An indecent proposal

The sight of a shareholder standing up at an AGM and calling for wholesale change is not unusual. Publishing and distributing a letter urging change when you have only recently invested is a different and more unexpected tack
Magazine Article Production and Markets 31 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Yukon government faces lawsuit over Peel watershed

A group of indigenous people and environmentalists is suing the Yukon government in Canada over its decision to open up one of the last unspoiled wildernesses in North America to mining development.
Breaking News Article Reports 29 Jan 2014 0 Stars

ICT outlook 2014: The Big Data mother lode

Technology has many miners on the verge of major productivity, efficiency and safety gains
Reports Article Mining ICT 28 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Global roaming

After a tough year in 2013 for most, the world’s top mining ICT companies see opportunities to grow this year in mature and emerging markets, and across a range of commodity sectors
Magazine Article Mining ICT 28 Jan 2014 0 Stars

Drilling deeper

Geophysics and better (bigger) data are vital to efforts to improve the mining industry’s flagging discovery rates. Greater convergence of the two seems inevitable
Magazine Article Mining ICT 28 Jan 2014 0 Stars
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COMPANY PROFILES
Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.
Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014
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