Friday, March 31, 2017

c) Mining Equities

Trump’s impact on metals and mining in one chart

Ahead of the US presidential election great hopes were pinned on the performance of the gold price should Donald Trump prevail. A few analysts saw a Trump victory sending gold to...

Rates, returns, the dollar, and gold

I’m sure most of you have, like me, spent too much time reading and thinking about this issue in recent weeks. The first half of the year was so fun, so...

INTERVIEW: Jayant Bandar on India, chaos, and gold restrictions

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India Jayant Bhandari, the host of highly acclaimed ‘Capitalism & Morality’ sits down with Maurice Jackson of ‘Proven & Probable to discuss the current events unfolding in...

Gold looks technically oversold, ready for a price reversal

As I often say, every asset class has its own DNA of volatility, which is measured by standard deviation. Specifically, standard deviation gauges the typical fluctuation of a security or asset...

Big mining's age of austerity far from over

While precious metals (with the exception of palladium) have suffered a deep sell-off since the surprise outcome of the US presidential elections, the rally in industrial metals appear intact. In a new...

New Islamic banking rules make gold an accepted investment

Gold has become an accepted investment in the Islamic world for the first time as it can now be used as a commodity to back Sharia-based financial products, thanks to new...

Gold’s slim price recovery this year boosts supply fears

A lack of new and significant gold mines to come on stream soon, due mainly to miners’ reduced investment in exploration, is boosting fears in the industry over future supply of...

Brazil Resources is now GoldMining Inc.

Brazil Resources Inc. (the "Company" or "Brazil Resources") (TSX-V: BRI; OTCQX: BRIZF) is pleased to announce that its board of directors has approved a change of its name to "GoldMining Inc.",...

Italy's resounding no lifts gold price

Gold received a boost in Asian trading on Monday with exit polls showing a crushing defeat for Italy's leader Matteo Renzi in a referendum about constitutional reform in the world's eighth largest economy. Gold for...

Yukon's Minto mine looks to bring back laid off workers

A recent bump in the price of copper has Yukon's only operating mine looking to bring back some laid-off workers. The Minto copper mine closed all of its open-pit mining operations on Oct. 1,...

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