Gold Mining News

Post-Fed gold price climb sparks mining stocks rally

What a difference a week makes.

Surprise, surprise: Gold moves higher

Despite last week’s move by the U.S. Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, to tighten monetary policy a notch, gold prices surprised many observers of and participants in the gold scene.

Adrian Day: Now is the time to be buying gold

Find out why he thinks Donald Trump could be a “disaster” for the US economy

RNC Minerals partners with Waterton in Quebec nickel mine

Joint venture will focus on nickel assets, particularly the Quebec-based Dumont project, which is expected to become the world's fifth largest nickel sulphide mine.

Silver Wheaton may soon be named Wheaton Precious Metals

The Vancouver-based precious metals streaming company announced the plan while posting a fourth quarter revenue increase of 29% to $258 million, up from $200 million last year.

Premier Gold shares surge after Nevada resources bump

Impressive increase in both size and grade from the 2013 resource estimate at its 100%-owned McCoy-Cove project in world-class gold district.

Trump's repeal of anti-corruption rules could give US companies advantage over industry peers, says Fasken Martineau white collar expert

On February 14, 2017, President Trump signed into law a joint resolution of Congress to repeal a critical anti-corruption rule for oil, gas and mining companies.

A core holding keeps getting better

Fund manager Adrian Day reviews one of his favorite resource companies and updates a few others.

Minco shares soar on possible takeover by Dalradian Resources

The deal would transfer control of Minco's 2% net smelter return royalty on the Curraghinalt gold deposit in Northern Ireland, which Dalradian is currently developing.

Illegal gold mining in Venezuela causing deaths, malaria, gang fights and deforestation

A three-year recession in Venezuela paired with ramping inflation and food shortages has prompted many mining for gold in mafia-run illicit operations.

Tribunal favours Barrick, Antofagasta in Pakistan lease denial case

The International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) said Pakistan violated several provisions of its bilateral investment treaty with Australia, where the joint venture between Barrick and Antofagasta is incorporated.

Chile steps up efforts to lure mining investors beyond copper sector

The country, already the world's second largest producer of lithium, is seeking to create private-public partnerships to exploit 61% of its resource-rich territory, currently available for licensing.

$5.5 billion private capital ready to invest in mining

"Investors are willing to back their positive sentiment towards natural resources with fresh capital commitments," says new study.

Warren Buffett's biggest loss

Tom Beck of Portfolio Wealth Global shares his strategy for investing in commodities.

CHARTS: Hedge funds turn commodity bears at record pace

Large-scale futures speculators sour on commodity sector in a big way – bullish bets on gold price cut by nearly 50%, most since 2015.

Gold for protection; this metal for wealth

With the bull market in its ninth year, Lior Gantz of Wealth Research Group believes this is the time for investors to become very selective, and he points to one commodity that is experiencing very tight supply right now.

Oreninc Index increases as gold moves up

Number of financings dropped to 27, a nine-week low.

Gold juniors’ Q4’16 fundamentals

The junior gold stocks corrected hard in recent weeks, setting them up to blast higher on Wednesday’s less-hawkish-than-expected Fed.

Gold Juniors' Q4'16 fundamentals

The junior gold stocks corrected hard in recent weeks, setting them up to blast higher on Wednesday’s less-hawkish-than-expected Fed.

Gold stocks for all risk appetites

Money manager Adrian Day reviews recent developments at a handful of gold companies, both juniors and seniors.

Drilling rig and other equipment mobilises to Vidalita Gold Project in Chile

Australian explorer, Emu NL (ASX: EMU), has mobilised camp, earth moving and drilling equipment to the Vidalita site in northern Chile.

Exploration spending in Australia finally on its way up

A 3.4% increase in the December quarter seems to indicate that the downward trend of the past five years has been finally reversed.

Easter Canada now the preferred mineral exploration investment destination

While wew mines continue to open in British Columbia, the perceptionis that the province is no longer a welcome place for mineral exploration.

BC copper-gold mine to reopen after six years

AuRico Metals received an environmental certificate this week for its $684 million Kemess underground project, shuttered in 2011.

Barrick mulls selling part of Peru mine, bringing partner — report

Rumours come a year after the gold miner vowed to spend $640 million to extend the life of Lagunas Norte, worth about $1.4 billion according to industry experts.