GOLD MINING: Arctic discount 'no longer relevant'

Sabina Gold & Silver also fleshes out smaller mining project it plans to study further.

Amara shows off its big West African gold project

Amara’s big Yaoure gold project in Cote d’Ivoire appears to be progressing well with a BFS due to be completed in the first half of next year.

Diversification pays off for Afrimat

Afrimat CEO says key is to preempt or adapt to market changes.

Peak gold seen as ‘weaklings’ bite the dust

‘We are waiting for the weaklings to drop off’, says Polymetal CEO Vitaly Nesis.

Mining chiefs see copper-tinted light at end of tunnel

Executives have pointed to copper as the one commodity not dogged by oversupply.

De Beers puts oldest diamond mine up for sale

The diamond miner has put its Kimberley Mines in South Africa up for sale.

Zim gold miner sees stability and growth

Caledonia Mining reckons mining in Zimbabwe is far less risky than generally perceived.

Will China go for a gold standard? The jury is out!

Bloomberg’s Ken Hoffmann sets out his researchers’ findings on the possibility of China coming up with some form of gold standard to back the yuan.

Sabina outlines feasibility of large gold project

Sabina Gold & Silver issues an outline of the feasibility study of the Back River gold project, one of the few large gold projects in the hands of a junior.

It’s time to hold more cash and buy gold

Bank of America advises owning gold and paper currency at this time.

UBS shielded from charges in precious metals probe

Won immunity from charges in an investigation into misconduct in the trading of precious metals.

A fully automated mine is not as far-fetched as it once was

Master Drilling continues to break barriers.

Implats, Aquarius Zimbabwe JV on strong growth path

Future outlook bright despite current depressed prices - Mimosa Platinum chairman.

BHP fined $25m in Olympics bribery probe

US SEC says the hospitality program BHP hosted at the 2008 Olympics amounted to bribery.

Now what for Oyu Tolgoi?

Tackling the question of Rio Tinto plans in Mongolia post OT re-agreement.

Demand for physical gold remains strong

Much of gold’s rise is attributed to disappointing U.S economic data.


  There is gold exported from China to Hong Kong, legally, in processing trade (which includes round tripping). In general trade it's not allowed (read https://www.bullions...  

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