Oceanic Iron Ore gets interest from China's Sinohydro

Source: Daily News | 2015-10-01
Sinohydro, one of China’s oldest state-owned enterprises set up shortly after Chairman Mao Zedong’s Communist party swept to power in 1949, says it is “willing and ready” to become an equity shareholder in Oceanic Iron...

Facts 'n' figures: Asia drags down gold demand in Q2  

Source: Print Archives | 2015-09-02
The following is an edited summary of the World Gold Council’s Gold Demand Trends report for this year’s second quarter. For the full report, please visit 

Editorial: Commodities prices follow China's economy south 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-08-26
China’s slowing economy and sinking stock market are wreaking havoc on already oversupplied commodity markets around the globe.

Centerra swings back into profit 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-08-05
Centerra Gold (TSX: CG; US-OTC: CAGDF) posted a profit in the second quarter, amid a sea of red for gold miners hurt by lower commodity prices.

Royal Road driven by results at Gomec in Turkey 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-08-05
VANCOUVER — It’s been almost a decade since Tim Coughlin, a co-founder of Lydian International, was part of the team that stumbled across the multi-million-ounce Amulsar gold deposit in southern Armenia. Now, as president and CEO of...

OceanaGold bids $856M for Romarco Minerals 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-08-05
OceanaGold (TSX: OGC; ASX: OGC) is offering to buy Romarco Minerals (TSX: R) in a friendly all-share, $856-million deal to secure low-cost growth in the form of the junior’s Haile gold mine, which is under construction in South Carolina.

Gold stocks that soared in 2015's H1 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-07-22
Several gold producers have registered strong share price gains during the first half of 2015, despite price pressure on the yellow metal. The spot gold price dipped 0.7% from last year’s close to end June 30 at US$1,174 per oz. It has...

Editorial: Mitsubishi comes clean on WWII slave labour 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-07-22
Japan’s Mitsubishi Materials Corp. is showing corporate courage by formally apologizing for using American prisoners of war as forced labour at its mines and industrial complexes during World War II — the first Japanese company to...

Kaizen to buy Pinaya in Peru 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-07-08
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Editorial: China stock market crash hits commodities 

Source: Print Archives | 2015-07-08
While the year-long bubble in the Chinese stock market didn’t translate into higher commodity prices, the spectacular bursting of the bubble over the past month has slammed a wide swath of commodities — including iron ore, copper,...