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Orocobre defines new exploration target
Source: Daily News | 2014-10-24
Orocobre (TSX: ORL; ASX:ORE) says its flagship Salar de Olaroz brine-based lithium project in the Puna region of Argentina’s northwestern province of Juyuy is expected to start producing 17,500 tonnes per year of low-cost battery grade...
Alamos hit by heavy rains during third quarter
Source: Daily News | 2014-10-24
VANCOUVER — It's the rainy season in Mexico and that's not great news for producer Alamos Gold (TSX: AGI; NYSE: AGI) at its wholly-owned Mulatos heap-leach mine 220 km due east of Hermosillo in Sonora State. On Oct. 23 the company...
HSBC cuts forecasts for iron ore prices
Source: Daily News | 2014-10-23
The current iron ore market “looks like a game of chicken where no player has blinked,” says the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Podcast: Rick Rule - Platinum and palladium "in real short supply"
Source: Daily News | 2014-10-23
Sprott US Holdings CEO Rick Rule shares his view on commodities, his investment strategy, and the junior exploration sector.
Lion One moves permitting forward in Fiji
Source: Daily News | 2014-10-23
Fiji’s Department of Environment has approved two key permits for Lion One Metals’ (TSXV: LIO; US-OTC: LOMLF; ASX: LLO) high-grade Tuvatu gold project, about 50 km south of Vatukoula, the country’s oldest operating mine.
Commentary: Plan Nord 2.0 and the creation of Société du Plan Nord
Source: Print Archives | 2014-10-22
On Sept. 30, 2014, the Quebec government, through its Minister of Energy and Natural Resources and Minister responsible for the Northern Plan, Pierre Arcand, tabled Bill 11, entitled the Act respecting the Société du Plan Nord.
Iron ore price collapse claims more victims
Source: Print Archives | 2014-10-22
Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF) and London Mining (US-OTC: LIIGF; LSE: LOND) have become the latest casualties of falling iron ore prices, with Cliffs warning that it expects to record a US$6-billion non-cash impairment charge in the third...
TSX clings to tiny gain, Oct. 14-17
Source: Print Archives | 2014-10-22
After six straight weekly declines, Canada’s main stock exchange ended the trading week in positive territory — but just barely. The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 0.32 of a point to 14,227.68, while the S&P/TSX Capped...
Puma on the prowl near historic Brunswick mine
Source: Print Archives | 2014-10-22
Shares of Puma Exploration (TSXV: PUM; US-OTC: PUXPF) traded higher after the junior announced it has acquired a 6.5 sq. km property with a newly discovered volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) zone just 6 km north of the No. 12 orebody at...
Metals, mining and money markets
Source: Print Archives | 2014-10-22
Spot pricesCourtesy of ScotiabankTuesday, October 21, 2014Precious MetalsPrice...

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