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Brexit Prevails: Enter the Unknown

Brexit Prevails: Enter the Unknown

By Robert Levy How much change can we see in asset prices in 24 hours? Apparently, a lot as extreme volatility roils the world’s financial markets in reaction to Britain’s… Read more »

Terraco Gold completes US 19 million convertible debenture

Terraco Gold completes US 19 million convertible debenture

Terraco Gold Corp. [TEN-TSXV] has closed the asset purchase and convertible debenture transaction with Solidus Resources LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Waterton Precious Metals Fund II Cayman LP. Terraco,… Read more »

Goldgroup Mining declares Cerro Prieto commercial production

Goldgroup Mining declares Cerro Prieto commercial production

Goldgroup Mining Inc. [GGA-TSX; GGAZF-OTC; GGAN.MX-BMV SIX] has declared commercial production began June 1, 2016 at its 100%-owned Cerro Prieto heap leach gold mine located 150 km northeast of Hermosillo… Read more »

Erdene intersects more Mongolian high-grade gold

Erdene intersects more Mongolian high-grade gold

Erdene Resource Development Corp. [ERD-TSX; ERDCF-OTC] has released the drilling results from its recent high-grade discovery at its 100%-owned Bayan Khundii gold project in southwest Mongolia. The latest results continue… Read more »

Brexit: Anomaly or Awakening

Brexit: Anomaly or Awakening

By Robert Levy Gold and other safe haven assets have seen strong momentum leading up to the June 23rd ‘Brexit’ referendum when the United Kingdom will vote whether to remain… Read more »

Avino Silver & Gold report higher silver-copper production

Avino Silver & Gold report higher silver-copper production

Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. [ASM-TSXV, NYSE–MKT; GV6-FSE] reported its first quarter 2016 production results from its Avino property near Durango, north-central Mexico. The Avino Mine has been in… Read more »

Economic and political uncertainty portend higher gold prices

Economic and political uncertainty portend higher gold prices

By David Duval Barring a continuation of central bank policies that got the world into the economic mess that exists today, history will probably show that the past five years… Read more »

Lucara Revenues for First Exceptional Tender Exceed US $51 Million

Lucara Revenues for First Exceptional Tender Exceed US $51 Million

Lucara Diamond Corp. [LUC-TSX], who produces high quality diamonds from its Karowe Mine in Botswana, announced the results from its first Exceptional Stone Tender of 2016. The special tender of… Read more »

Claude Resources drills 6.26 metres of 29.16 g/t gold at Santoy

Claude Resources drills 6.26 metres of 29.16 g/t gold at Santoy

Claude Resources Inc. [CRJ-TSX; CLGRF-OTCQB]  has released continued positive results from its 2015 underground and recently commenced 2016 surface drill programs at its 100-per-cent-owned Santoy Mine complex 125 km northeast… Read more »

And Then There Was None: Canada Sells its Gold

And Then There Was None: Canada Sells its Gold

by David Chapman Canada, bucking an international trend that has seen central banks become net buyers of gold since 2010, has sold off all its official gold holdings. Canada’s official… Read more »

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