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Some of Rand Refinery’s workers at its operations in Johannesburg embarked on a strike last week.
Traders speak to the release of pent up demand for gold in India with buyers have delayed purchases holding out for government policy changes that didn't come.
UAE sees strong gold demand driven by expats from India.
The government has vowed to continue search efforts for several workers that remained stuck underground.
Pretoria-based Public Investment Corp says it currently prefers platinum equities because of the metal’s industrial applications.
St Barbara Ltd, which is seeking an exit from the Gold Ridge operation, has seen the value of its notes tumble last week.
Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster points to darkening economic clouds that could support gold.
Nordgold is getting ever closer to 1 million ounces a year output and has produced some creditable Q2 and H1 results.
As investors exited the funds, erasing about $71 billion of value, unrest from Ukraine to Gaza this year revived demand for gold as a haven.
By paying down debt, the company plans to protect its balance sheet from a decline in bullion prices.
Two miners may have been killed in the collapse at the Bonanza mining project.
Chris Stevens, Director Mining and Resources at Werksmans Attorneys, outlines important issues with pending legislation in South Africa.
Premiums have risen suggesting that Indians are making their gold purchases ahead of Diwali.
In this Gold Report, Keith Phillips, MD and head of Cowen & Company's Mining Investment Banking Group, says strong companies with solid balance sheets are on the hunt.
The Russian miner, hit by a fall in gold prices in 2013, is continuing refinancing talks with bondholders and banks over relaxing debt covenants.
In his regular update of precious metals prices, Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster reviews gold demand.
Fortuna Silver reaps the rewards of 2014 drilling with extensive new silver-gold resources.
But one analyst notes: “Gold proved able to hold its own yesterday despite what was actually a relatively negative environment."
CEO Vitaly Nesis expects prices of the precious metals to remain near current levels next year.
Sources familiar with the matter say more cuts are in the works as the world's top gold miner looks to trim costs.
Gold investors hurting from falling prices can find solace from history showing the metal tends to perform best in September.
German ice plant manufacturer KTI has successfully introduced its ice plants to help cool working area temperatures at one of South Africa’s deeper gold mines.
In his daily commentary Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster notes that India demand is strongest in Asia with premiums on the rise.
New debt will help Norton Gold retire old debt and advance its mining projects.
Michael Fowler, senior mining analyst with Toronto-based Loewen, Ondaatje & McCutcheon, predicts when gold breaks out, mining M&A will take off.
The third part of this series on managing expectations is devoted to fundamental resource stock evaluation.
Indian and Chinese gold demand may not be quite as lacklustre as the mainstream media would have you believe, while geopolitical events continue to churn.
“These criminals are stealing the minerals of the country”, says Capt. Paul Ramaloko of the South African police force investigative unit, Hawks.
In his daily gold and silver price commentary, Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster sees little to suggest gold will fall much lower.
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