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Falling metals weigh on miners

Sagging metal prices sent the mining indices south during the holiday-shortened Sept. 1-7 report period. The gold index shed 3.26 points to end at 220.52, as the yellow metal lost US$9.55 per oz. to finish at US$398.10 in the afternoon in London o…



Insider Trading (September 06, 2004)

The following insider trading transactions were reported by the Ontario Securities Commission in the August 2004 issue of the OSC Bulletin:…




Golds lose steam during holiday week

The report period June 29-July 6 saw reduced activity caused by Canada Day and, south of the border, Independence Day. Gold closed down $9.75 to finish at US$394.50 per oz. in the afternoon of July 6 in London. The gold index was down by 0.04 poin…


Uranium miners heat up

The Toronto Stock Exchange’s gold index jumped 5.21 points, or 2.7%, to 201.46 during the June 16-22 report period. Not surprisingly, the price of gold rose US$10.50 to an afternoon fix of US$395.75 per oz. in New York on June 22. The rest of the…




Miners surge after Christmas break

The Toronto Stock Exchange’s gold issues dominated the holiday-shortened report period ended Dec. 29.The gold index shot up 15.59 points over the three days to end 6.5% higher at 234.03. Most of the g…


Gold breaks barrier as silver, nickel soar

A strong rally sent gold US$9.55 higher over the five trading days to a London morning fix of US$401.05 per oz. on Dec. 2. It’s the first time the yellow metal has surpassed the psychological barrier …


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