North American Palladium Ltd

Volatility hits US stocks, Oct. 13-17

U.S. equities ended the choppy trading week in negative territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 164 points to 16,380.41, despite a late partial recovery that snapped a six-day losing streak on the back of strong earnings reports. 

U.S. markets climb, March 17-21

As Russian President Vladimir Putin signed off on laws completing the country’s annexation of Crimea, U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen held her first press conference and indicated that the first rise in interest rates could come…

Geologist David Penna studies drill core at North American Palladium's Lac des Iles mine located in northwestern Ontario. Credit:  North American Palladium

The Russian effect: First nickel, now palladium

First it was nickel prices and now it’s palladium. Another metal with a silver hue, albeit a more precious one, has been on a run with sanctions against Russia again being seen as the culprit.

U.S. markets, Dec. 16-20

American markets continued their historic march for the period, with year-end selling not yet taking hold. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 462 points to 16,221.14 points, The S&P 500 was up 41 points to 1,818.32 and the Nasdaq…

Recently built surface infrastructure at North American Palladium's Lac des Iles palladium mine near Thunder Bay, Ontario. Source: North American Palladium

NAP raises funds for Lac des Iles

North American Palladium (PDL-T, PAL-N), or NAP, secured some much-needed cash to keep expanding its Lac des Iles (LDI) primary palladium mine near Thunder Bay, Ont. 

Facilities from the historic Beattie gold mine rise above the trees at Clifton Star Resources' Duparquet gold project in Quebec. Source: Clifton Star

Clifton keeps advancing Duparquet

Clifton Star Resources (CFO-V) is getting busy at its Duparquet gold property in northwestern Quebec, with plans to table a resource update by July, followed by a prefeasibility study in early 2014.

TSX Venture Exchange, June 3-7

Mixed global economic data caught up with S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index during the trading period, with the exchange dropping 1.14%, or 11 points, en route to a 951.40-point weekly close. Unexpectedly strong job numbers in Canada were…

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