Sibanye faces shareholder opposition to Aquarius Platinum offer

Aquarius stakeholder Investec says current deal is opportunistic.

Acacia drops to lowest since November as output target cut

Shares fall as much as 14% in London.

Gold trades near one-week high as Goldman says Fed may hold rates

Weak interest rates boost bullion’s appeal.

Sibanye Gold does not plan job cuts after offer to buy Aquarius Platinum

And will keep its dividend policy unchanged.

Acacia Mining cuts full-year production forecast

Shares down as much as 16% in London on the revised production forecast.

Gold holds near one-week high after Fed rate increase delay

Market watchers see Fed delay rate hike until 2016.

Acacia Mining says third-quarter production below expectations

Production falls short due to lower-grade ores mined.

Sudan expects to hit record gold production in 2015

War-torn country expects to produce 80 tonnes of gold by year-end.

Strike season looms large in coal and gold

Coal sector already in the thick of industrial action, while the gold sector will be at the mercy of AMCU.

India issues its first sovereign gold coin… to curb gold imports

Less than 10% of all Indian gold demand is in bars and coins.

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Gold holds biggest gain since January on rates; palladium surges

Investors are tracking for clues from the Federal Reserve.

Harmony reaches agreement with Unions

Includes everyone except AMCU.

South Africa’s biggest mining union says accepts gold wage offer

NUM members accept latest gold wage offer

Gold poised for biggest weekly loss since march before US jobs data

Gold down 3.2% so far this week.

Shutdown risk prompts Zimbabwe gold mines to ask for tax cuts

To reduce the risk of mine closures.

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Update on South African gold wage negotiations

Conciliation process continues.

Gold drops to near two-week low as jobs data may fan rate bets

Precious metal has fallen for five straight quarters.


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