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- Bullish reversal in miners but metals remain in question
The gold and silver stocks have put in a bullish weekly reversal but gold and silver have not confirmed it. The interplay between the metals and the shares has been complicated in recent weeks.
- Congo’s state copper miner set for lowest output since 2004
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s state- owned copper miner is on track to deliver its lowest output since 2004, the year after Africa’s biggest war ended.
- Bitcoin Trading Alert: Important development for bitcoin traders
Overall creation of bitcoin wallets is up, which is an indication of continued interest from potential buyers. Wallets are files that contain private keys used to unlock the bitcoins within the tool so that you can spend them.
- Oil rebounds from five-year low
Crude oil prices rebounded from the lowest closing levels since May 2009 as comments from Saudi Arabia’s oil minister yesterday added to the most volatile market in three years.
- Russia keeps expanding gold reserves amid ruble rout
Russia, the world’s fifth-biggest gold holder, added to its hoard for an eighth month even after having to use its international reserves on defending the ruble.
- Crude oil: Turbulent times call for insulated investments
Is the price of oil nearing the point where North American exploration and production companies will have to curtail production?
- Bears coming for tin
Tin entered a bear market amid concern demand for the metal that’s used in electronics will slow amid ample supply.
- Iron demand falls to the wayside
Iron ore prices and shipping costs fell to the lowest levels in five years amid signs China’s slowing growth is sapping demand for cargoes just as the world’s largest mining companies press on with raising output and spur a glut.
- Gold still on hold
Gold prices did not show a huge reaction to the FOMC meeting announcement today in which the Fed appeared to sound more dovish--and perhaps a bit confusing as well.
- Royalty hike closes Zambian copper mine
Barrick Gold Corp., the world’s biggest producer of the metal, will start shutting down production at its Zambian operation after the southern African country tripled mining royalties.
- Strategic Business Executives Appointed to College H.U.N.K.S. Hauling Junk & Moving Board of Advisors
International Franchise Company Headquartered in Tampa Adds to their Leadership Support
- UPDATE - Current Water Technologies Inc. Completes the Acquisition of Pumptronics Incorporated
Closes a $1,320,000 Initial Tranche of the Proposed $5,000,000 Private Placement
- Current Water Technologies Inc. completes the Acquisition of Pumptronics Incorporated
Closes a $1,320,000 Initial Tranche of the $5,000,000 Private Placement
- Brookfield Renewable to Issue CDN$200 Million of Preferred Units
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- Tecvalco's Wastewater Treatment Pilot in Saskatchewan Proves Itself in First Year
NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK--(Marketwired - January 05, 2018) - It has been a year of firsts for a new wastewater treatment system that is finding a home in Canada. The MemFree Wastewater Treatment System's pilot installation was turned on in early 2017 in Unity, Saskatchewan, and in the time since it started operation the system has been proving itself out.
- Mason Graphite annonce la clôture du placement privé par voie de prise ferme de 45 M $
MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC--(Marketwired - 4 jan. 2018) -
- Mason Graphite Closes $45 Million Bought Deal Private Placement Offering
MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC--(Marketwired - Jan. 4, 2018) -
- Changfeng Announces New Director
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Jan. 15, 2018) - Changfeng Energy Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CFY) ("Changfeng" or the "Company"), an energy provider in China, is pleased to announce that Ann Siyin Lin, Changfeng's VP of Corporate Development and Corporate Secretary, has been appointed by the Board of Directors as a new Director of the Board. Ann has been with the Company since 2006.
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