Gold Mining News

Rally in gold & gold stocks has more upside

Gold and Gold stocks have rallied as expected and the consolidation in the miners in recent days looks bullish.

Goldcorp shares lifted by 2017 guidance

World number four miner announces ambitious production, reserves and cost-cutting targets.

These are the African countries investors should pay attention to

New report says the underlying question for investors lies on the risk/reward balance — whether outstanding geology beats corruption and security issues.

Three reasons for coming gold price correction

Capital Economics sees gold back at $1,050 an ounce by end of the year.

2016 in review

Natural resource investing is never a dull affair, and 2016 was certainly no exception.

Here's how you value any gold project

The mining industry is a fascinating space – not only for the fact that almost everything around us comes from mining but also because of the possibility of striking gold with penny stocks that have the potential to turn into a multi-million dollar mine-producing company.

Gold price: Hedge funds bullish bets jump 57%

Change of sentiment among large-scale gold price futures speculators following eight straight weeks of increasing bearishness.

Scientists say mining e-waste may be an economical option

The Canadian team says recovering metals such as copper and rare earths from LED lights may turn to be an economical option soon.

McEwen gold output slightly down in 2016, but liquid assets doubled

Annual consolidated production in 2016 was 145,530 gold equivalent ounces, down from the 154,529 gold equivalent ounces mined in 2015, but liquid assets now worth $64 million.

Crown attempts to stay MiningWatch’s charges against Mount Polley

The federal government is seeking a withdrawal of the criminal charges before the NGO has the chance to present any evidence.

EPA won't pay mine spill claims

The US Environmental Protection Agency won’t pay the $1.2 billion in claims filed by local governments, farmers, ranchers, tribes, and river-running raft companies.

Gold price: Top ETF breaks record losing streak

Investors in the world's largest physically-backed gold exchange traded fund – GLD – jump back in after 43 days of outflows.

High-grade gold discovery in New Mexico doubles the opportunities for Southern Silver Exploration

The discovery of a widespread oxide gold system at the Oro deposit in New Mexico creates a second prospect for Southern Silver Exploration.

Big gold buying coming

Gold has hit the ground running in this young new year, a stark contrast to its brutal post-election selloff.

{Interview} Rick Rule – The best people beat the best commodities

Mr. Rule shares his unique, proven perspective and selection process as he outlines many aspects such as good stewards of capital, change of control fees, optionalilty, the ability to attract capital, integrity, marketing, VP, Board of Directors, permitting, etc.

Strike ends at Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine

Company to launch probe into the causes of the illegal sit-in of nearly 48 hours.

A time for caution, though gold stocks look like good buys

While fund manager Adrian Day believes investors should tread cautiously in the market right now, he is upbeat on some gold stocks.

Video | Donald Trump's $20 trillion problem

Only a few days after Trump’s inauguration ceremony, the U.S. National Debt will creep across the important psychological barrier of $20 trillion.

This simple chart shows gold price remains firmly in bear grip

Gold bulls tried and failed on numerous occasions to break downtrend in place since 2011.

Gold price can't hold onto $1,200

January effect seen fading.

These two Canadian gold companies challenge you to disrupt mining

Innovators now have have until Jan. 25 to pitch their ideas. The winner will walk away with up to $1 million.

Goldcorp sells mines in Mexico, Guatemala for about $470 million

As part of the world's third largest gold producer by market value's ongoing efforts to focus on highly profitable, core assets.

Nickel prices plummet as Indonesia eases export ban

Far-reaching new mining rules ease a controversial ban on exports of nickel ore and bauxite.

Southern Copper's $1.2bn Peru mine expansion ready by year-end

Southern Copper's (NYSE:SCCO) $1.2 billion expansion of its Toquepala open-pit mine in southern Tacna, Peru, will be ready by the end of the year and in operations early 2018, the company said. The company’s president and chief […]

Cobalt – Fortune Minerals news release on federal funding of all-season road in NWT

Fortune Minerals Limited is pleased to report that the Government of Canada, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Tlicho Government have jointly announced federal funding for the construction of the Tlicho All-Season Road to the community of Whati.