PRECIOUS METALS

Vizsla financing will test market's silver appetite

Vizsla Silver has a modest aim of becoming one of the world’s largest single asset primary silver producers at its Panuco project in Sinaloa, Mexico, quite an aim for a company which launched with an C$800,000 initial public offering in 2018. Since then, it has leapt into the consciousness of the silver world through one of the largest exploration programmes in Mexico, which has returned a succession of high-grade intercepts on the Copala, Napoleon and Tajitos veins.

Paul Harris in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
 Vizsla Silver's Panuco project in Sinaloa, Mexico

Vizsla Silver's Panuco project in Sinaloa, Mexico

A long string of flashy drill results, many of which contain intervals of more than 1kg of silver equivalent, and a drilling programme with nine rigs currently (down from 13 earlier this year) have seen...

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