Through its nine streaming agreements, Sandstorm purchased gold at an average of $420 per ounce last year.
The real problem with Bitcoin is also its big selling point – nobody takes responsibility for it.
Company has completed the divestment of 41.0 million ordinary shares in African Barrick Gold plc.
Barclays' share price suffers.
Goldcorp has gained 24% since the year started.
Rather than shoot for the stars, Paul Adams of DJ Carmichael argues that junior miners should focus on more modest projects best suited to maximizing shareholder value.
Geopolitical tension, government corruption and central bank money printing all have the same result, argues David Levenstein – currency devaluation.
PDAC curse or blessing? Fresh from the Letter Writer Presentations track at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference, The Gold Report asked thought leaders to share their impressions from the annual minefest.
The world's largest diversified miners are sold off Monday as copper, iron ore and coking coal prices slide.
African Barrick Gold up 3.18%
Aurora Williams, Chile’s new mining minister, takes office on Tuesday.
The first contest in a series of many, kicks off on March 17.
But it expects to return to profitability by the end of the current fiscal year.
Shanghai copper, in turn, went down beyond its 5% daily limit on Monday, hitting its lowest in more than four years.
Calls the currency a Ponzi scheme.
Drop attributed to higher gold price, end of gas-for-gold deal with Iran.
Everyone agrees that the winter just now winding down (hopefully) has been brutal for most Americans.
Despite stagnant wages and increased borrowing, Americans ramped up their consumer spending in January.
One of the investment strategies discussed in the mainstream these days is to add exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to your portfolio. It is said that when you do just that, your portfolio has lower risks and you are well diversified. For investors who …
Marc Faber, author of the Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report, and a Director of Sprott Inc. shared his most recent views during a recent visit to our offices… In particular, he’s seeing cracks in the broad stock market become apparent:
This week, at the convention, I found that gold exploration and production firms, analysts, and even those who sell mining equipment are skeptical about where gold bullion prices are heading next.
Since last August, the Indian government placed a stranglehold on gold imports into the country by requiring that 20% of all gold imported be exported as jewellery.
Its bullion reserves are now worth about $17 billion less.
It fell around 1.3% to $1,336.01 after a report on US employment showed the country added more jobs than expected in February.
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