Greenspan's 'Golden Rule: Why China is Buying'

By Kip Keen

Alan Greenspan, former U.S. Fed Chairman, writes a defense of gold as central bank asset and speculates on China's reserves.

California suction dredge miners score win over ban

By Dorothy Kosich

Gold mining in rivers and streams that made California a state, is still protected under federal law, which protects the rights of modern gold miners to earn a living.

 

S&P raises Freeport-McMoRan rating outlook

By Dorothy Kosich

"The company’s operating performance is line with expectations and commodity prices are supportive of its cash flow," says S&P.

Leach system to ease Mountain Pass REE bottleneck

By Dorothy Kosich

Molycorp hopes Mountain Pass onsite rare earths production will improve in the fourth quarter of this year and beyond.

 

U.S. Mint gold coin sales double in September

By Joe Deaux (Bloomberg)

Sales rose to 58,000 ounces last month, the highest since January, compared with 25,000 ounces in August.

Palladium price fizzles as Russia tensions ease

By Kip Keen

Palladium prices lose lustre falling off recent and record highs.

 

Agnico-Eagle gets whale by the tail

By Kip Keen

Drilling in Canada's Arctic, Agnico-Eagle has discovered some very significant gold mineralization on a relatively new project.

U.S. gold output declines on back of Newmont, Barrick

By Dorothy Kosich

Canada was the leading exporter of gold to the United States for the first half of this year, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

 

Nickel pulls back but still looks really good - Mohr

By Dorothy Kosich

Uranium prices have lifted decisively off the bottom at US$36.50, says Scotiabank’s Patricia Mohr.

Gold's good month - forget it this year

By Kip Keen

It is often pointed out that September is a great month for gold. It's not shaping up so this year.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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