Alamos Gold Inc

Alamos pours first gold at Mulatos

Vancouver — Mining history was made in late July when Alamos Gold (AGI-T) poured its first gold bar from the Mulatos open-pit mine in Mexico’s Sonora state. The bar contained 117 o…




Miners recover in quiet market

The summer holidays got their official launch with the Canadian and U.S. holidays during the report period June 28-July 4, and the equity markets put their feet up as well. The Toronto Stock Exchange’…




People (August 09, 2004)

Aber Diamond — Peter Schneirla appointed VP; Ray Simpson appointed VP of corporate development; Charles Stanley appointed director of market research.


Insider Trading (July 26, 2004)

The following insider trading transactions were reported by the Ontario Securites Commission in the June and July issues of its OSC Bulletin:…


Abitex, Alamos execs swap shares

The following insider trading transactions in June and early July were reported in the Ontario Securities Commission Bulletin:…


Gold rebound nudges juniors higher

The TSX Venture Exchange retook some ground over the trading period June 16-22, closing at 1,568.96, up almost 46 points. The junior market was propelled by a rebound in the gold price, closing at US$395 per oz., up about US$6. Gold seems to be en…


Alamos to go ahead at Salamandra

Alamos Gold (AGI-T) will put the Mulatos gold deposit in Sonora state, Mexico, into production following a feasibility study that found a 150,000-oz.-per-year mine would be profitable at present gold prices.


Exercise program good for gold company execs

The recovery of gold equities allowed various gold company executives to cash in on low-priced stock options in the past month. Insider trading transactions reported in the April 2004 issue of the OSC Bulletin include the following:…


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