Goldcorp Mining News

Goldcorp shares lifted by 2017 guidance

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

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.

Canada's gold miners to embrace green energy to control costs

Expected increased in the adoption of alternative energy sources by the country's gold sector to be boosted by recently passed regulations, such as the carbon tax.

Eldorado Gold output slightly below target, shares fall

Company has decided to reconfigure the plan for its Turkey-based Kışladağ mine, which is its flagship operation.

Eldorado CEO Paul Wright retires, Goldcorp's George Burns takes over

Wright, who joined Eldorado in 1996 and has held several management positions prior to becoming its president and CEO in 1999, will be the company's new chairman.

Canada’s Goldcorp to make Borden an all-electric mine

The innovation is expected to eliminate all greenhouse gases associated with the movement of ore and waste rock, equal to 5,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Gold stocks are soaring and we don’t need to tell you why

While gold is giving back some of its largest gains following Trump's win in the US Presidential election, miners of the precious metals continue to climb.

Mexico's mining sector to reach $17.8bn by 2020 on the back of silver, zinc prices

The country's sector, dominated by precious metals and zinc, will be well-positioned for the expected price outperformance of these commodities, shows new report.

Goldcorp going electric with Chapleau gold mine

Goldcorp wants to take a low profile in developing an all-electric mine at its Borden Lake deposit.

Goldcorp's Peñasquito could restart within day

Government mediation could end blockade by truckers and farmers at Vancouver gold miner's flagship Mexico operation, readied for immediate restart.

Goldcorp begins controlled shutdown of Mexico mine, its largest operation

Following a seven-day illegal blockade at its Peñasquito mine by a trucking contractor.

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Goldcorp declares third quarter dividend payment for 2016

GOLDCORP INC. is pleased to declare its quarterly dividend for the three month period ended September 30, 2016 of $0.02 per share.

More Peñasquito problems for Goldcorp

Report claims contamination of groundwater at Vancouver gold miner's flagship mine in Mexico may be more serious than previously thought.

Tahoe Resources soars on Q2 earnings

Stock rose 7.3% on Wednesday after the company announced Q2 results that beat expectations.

Rising gold price not lifting all boats

Two major gold stocks shot up by more than 40% in July, but there's been notable losers with Goldcorp dropping to fourth most valuable gold miner.

Goldcorp stock pays Peñasquito penalty

Vancouver miner hammered after 32% drop in output during the second quarter blamed on operational problems at its flagship Peñasquito mine in Mexico.

Goldcorp-Kaminak deal sealed

Kaminak became a prime takeover target in January after it announced a feasibility study on its high-grade Coffee gold project in the Yukon.

Tahoe expands presence in Canada, to acquire Whitney JV from Goldcorp

As part of the miner's strategy to grow gold production in Timmins, Northern Ontario, to over 250,000 ounces per year by 2020.

BC gold miners reap Brexit rewards

A gold bull market would be good for the badly battered TSX Venture exchange, which is heavily weighted with junior miners with gold projects.

Copper stocks deep into red as gold miners surge

Gold's nearly $100 jump early on and copper's 4.5% meltdown split mining investors' Brexit fortunes.

Gold firms gear up for growth as cost of mining the metal falls

Early signs of activity include Kinross Gold's March decision to expand its Mauritanian gold mine and Goldcorp acquisition of junior Kaminak for $520 million in May.

Canadian mining giant dries up water resources in Mexico

Goldcorp, through its local subsidiary Peñasquito, is being singled out as the biggest water offender in the north-central Mexican state of Zacatecas.

Goldcorp and Teck plow ahead with new $3.5bn mine in Chile

The project, renamed NuevaUnion, would be one of the largest copper-gold-molybdenum mines ever-developed in Latin America.