Gold Mining News

Restarted Argentinian mine to yield 1.7 million silver ounces/yr

The Casposo gold-silver mine will soon be milling ore again.

Contrarian royalty company positioned for the next bull market

Money manager Adrian Day discusses Altius Minerals, a resource royalty company that he believes has positioned itself well for a rising resource market.

TriStar Gold, another Wits-lookalike in Brazil

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold delves into the origins of gold to try to understand TriStar Gold's Witwatersrand-type deposit in Brazil.

Pure Gold Mining’s latest drill results back predictions

Test findings support the interpretation that the McVeigh Horizon is the folded continuation of the Austin Horizon.

This past week in gold

Technical analyst Jack Chan charts the last week’s movements in gold.

Kazakhstan's gold and foreign currency reserves reach $30.71 billion

Assets of the National Fund stand at $64.85 billion.

Giant arctic gold mine takes one step closer

Amended impact review for TMAC's 3.2 million ounce Hope Bay project in Canada's Nunavut territory completed.

Acacia back up to speed in Tanzania

African miner sticking to full year guidance of 780,000 ounces following plant shutdown amid majority owner Barrick's divestment talks.

Jaguar intercepts high-grade gold mineralization at Pilar Gold Mine

Underground definition drilling on the Pilar BFII ore body has returned significant high-grade mineralization.

Shining a spotlight on mining

Three years ago the mining industry was firmly on the up, with record highs of capital investment.

Rethinking resource investing

The explore-develop-produce model cannot be eliminated, but there are plenty of models that work within it or alongside it. Two are worth mentioning.

Rise of ETFs and passive investing

For the investing world, the meteoric rise of ETFs, or exchange-traded funds, has been a key story to follow since the 2008 crisis.

Gold and gold stocks corrective action continues despite dovish Federal Reserve

There were some hopes that a non-move by the Fed would end the current correction in precious metals and spark a move to new highs. Unfortunately, the Federal Reserve cannot override the supply and demand component of the market.

The case for natural resource equities

This week I attended the Denver Gold Forum along with three other U.S. Global Investors representatives, including our resident precious metals expert Ralph Aldis.

The hollowing out of Canadian mining

Vale’s takeover of Inco, 10 years on.

Royal Nickel's move into gold gathers pace

Now called RNC Minerals, the Toronto-based miner raises $9.2m to ramp up Australian gold mine acquired in May as Eric Sprott takes 10% stake.

Gold price: Hedge funds, ETF investors show buying fatigue

Gold's lacklustre trading since the start of summer sees $1.7 billion pulled out of top gold ETF as hedge funds slash bullish bets to lowest since May.

Nord Gold to join 1 million ounce club

After a difficult first half, Nord Gold's now set up for over 1.2moz per year after start-up at Bouly mine in West Africa and major Russian development.

$60 trillion of world debt in one visualization

The United States constitutes 23.3% of the world economy but 29.1% of world debt.

Caterpillar sees green shoots in mining, but sales far from picking up

The equipment maker is currently spending most of its R&D budget in its digital area, which aims to help miners reduce the amount of machinery needed at operations.

Skeena completes acquisition of Mount Rainey Silver

Mount Rainey Silver’s primary asset is a 100% owned portfolio of 46 Crown-granted mineral claims covering the past-producing, underground Prosperity–Porter Idaho–Silverado silver property located in the Golden Triangle of northwest British Columbia in the Skeena Mining Division.

Mining companies to build LNG plant in western Canada

The idea is to power the Casino copper-gold mine in the Yukon and Selwyn’s zinc-lead mine in the Yukon-Northwest Territories.

Gold refinery to open in Uganda

Africa Gold Refinery Limited, a Ugandan mining company backed by Belgian investor Tony Goetz & Sons N.V., announced plans to set up a plant in Entebbe, south of Kampala. According to Reuters, the refinery will […]

Three mining companies reaping the rewards of large financings

It takes money to make money; mining companies need capital to make acquisitions and conduct exploration. Brien Lundin of Gold Newsletter profiles three companies making the most of recent financings.

Asanko Gold scores at Akwasiso and boosts production guidance

News that Asanko Gold has increased production guidance and secured positive drill results from a new exploration site at its Ghana mine project spurred positive comments from four analysts following the company.