Gold Mining News

Red Eagle exploration expands

Bob Moriarty of 321Gold describes the evolution of the Red Eagle franchise, which has successfully advanced projects in a volatile jurisdiction.

B2Gold has strong start with eye on Fekola for Q3

Mid-tier gold producer B2Gold (TSX:BTO) has had an excellent start to the year, producing more gold at lower costs than expected from its four mines in the Phillippines, Namibia and Nicaragua.

Newmont Mining receives top mining industry safety certification

The National Mining Association (NMA) today recognized Newmont Mining Corporation for receiving independent certification under its CORESafety® system.

Tahoe gets 15% share flip on record quarterly cash flow

It produced 5.7 million ounces of silver from Escobal, the third largest silver mine in the world – a 17% increase from the previous quarter.

Peruvian Supreme Court rules against Newmont

The Supreme Court of Peru has ruled in favour of a farmer that Newmont Mining (NYSE:NEM) claimed was illegally occupying land it wanted to develop into the Congo mine.

Kinross shares jump 10% on Q1 results

Despite producing less gold, Kinross Gold (TSX:K) made more revenue in the first quarter and is proceeding with an aggressive plan that will slash costs and increase production at its Tasiast gold mine in Mauritania.

Philippines shows anti-mining environment minister the door

Congress decision puts and end to a 10-month tenure during which Regina Lopez ordered the closure of more than half the country's mines and banned open-pit mining.

Centamin shares fall after reporting profit and production declines

Despite the drop in production, the gold miner kept guidance unchanged for its 2017 financial year at 540,000 ounces.

Mining no longer top sector attracting investors to Africa — report

Industrial and precious metals, coal, oil, as well as natural gas, collectively accounted for just 6.2% of foreign direct investment into the continent last year.

Agnico Eagle fined $50K for spill at Meadowbank mine

Agnico Eagle Mines Limited has been fined $50,000 under the federal Fisheries Act for failing to report a spill at its Meadowbank site near Baker Lake, Nunavut.

What's not up for gold

There is a push/pull in the gold market that is testing the patience of investors, and Rudi Fronk and Jim Anthony, founders of Seabridge Gold, counsel that investors should stay calm.

Gold: The big surprise

The main eye-opener thus far this year has been the metal’s lack of price volatility.

Gold prices hit fresh three-week low

t's been a rough set of trading sessions for the yellow metal, with gold ending last week at $1,268, a full $21 lower than the previous week.

Illegal Chinese gold miners blamed for pollution, violence in Ghana

Government officials’ comments add bitterness to the already resentful locals, following wave of negative coverage of Chinese mining practices in the Ghanian media.

Record outflows from gold ETFs as price plumbs 3-week low

It's been a rough set of trading sessions for the yellow metal.

Harnessing bacteria to turn gold grains into nuggets

A bacteria that re-concentrates gold grains into nuggets is being targeted by researchers for its potential to optimise gold extraction processes from ore, old tailings or recycled electronics.

Oreninc Index retreats as gold price dips

Oreninc Index - Monday, May 1, 2017

BC Election: Major parties on future of mining

Question of whether government should be industry overseer or collaborator is at centre of resource platforms of Liberals, NDP and Greens

Timeline: The adventures of Robert Friedland

Entrepreneur, financier and company-maker.

Gold hostage to stocks

Gold has had a wild ride since Trump’s surprise election win in early November.

Damn the deficits, huge tax cuts ahead!

While I have rarely met a tax cut I didn't like, this one just may be more likely to send the economy into a downward spiral than it is to send up to orbit.

Sprott Monthly Market Update with Rick Rule: This bull market is in its infancy, a lot of money is about to be made!

Rick sees a very interesting market, which flirted with an upside breakout, that failed.

Anglo American to resume operations at El Soldado mine in Chile

The company had warned it would evaluate options for the mine, including walking away form it, if it didn’t receive the necessary permits.

CHART: Behavioural finance points to $1,050 gold price

Safe haven buying won't sustain gold price at today's levels shows global economic sentiment index.

AngloGold halts work at giant Colombian project

$2 billion La Colosa project boasts reserves of over 25m ounces of gold.