Capstone Mining Corp

Workers in the field at Kaminak Gold's Coffee gold project in west-central Yukon's White Gold district. Source: Kaminak Gold

MDRU sheds light on gold in the Yukon

VANCOUVER — When Underworld Resources, now Kinross Gold (TSX: K; NYSE: KGC), found the White Gold deposit in 2008 — a gold-only system near the prolific Klondike placer gold fields, 95 km south of Dawson City — it swept the…

Capstone Mining's  Minto mine in the Yukon.  Photo by Gwen Preston.

Capstone ends Q1 in the red

Copper producer Capstone Mining (TSX: CS; US-OTC: CSFFF) widens its loss in the first quarter of 2015 due to impairments at the Pinto Valley mine in Arizona and the Minto mine in the Yukon.  

Trucks at Capstone Mining's Pinto Valley copper mine in Arizona, 125 km east of Phoenix. Credit: Capstone Mining

Capstone’s 2015 outlook ‘disappointing,’ BMO says

VANCOUVER — On Jan. 20 copper producer Capstone Mining (TSX: CS; US-OTC: CSFFF) released its production and capital expenditure guidance for 2015, and the results don’t have analysts at BMO Capital Markets particularly enthusiastic….

Loading a haul truck at Copper Mountain Mining's eponymous copper mine, 20 km south of Princeton, British Columbia. Copper Mountain Mining

Copper miners hold up under BMO forecast

Copper prices have dipped below US$3 per lb. several times this year — in March, briefly in October, and then in November — for the first time since mid-2010.

Capstone Mining's Santo Domingo iron oxide-copper-gold project in Chile's Atacama region, 130 km northeast of Copiapo in 2014. Credit: Capstone Mining

Capstone’s Santo Domingo feasibility shows potential

Capstone Mining (TSX: CS; US-OTC: CSFFF) has published a promising feasibility study for its Santo Domingo iron oxide–copper–gold project in Chile’s Region III, showing it could churn out an average 248 million lb. copper in…

A haul truck at Capstone Mining's Pinto Valley copper-moly-silver mine in Arizona. Credit: Capstone Mining

Capstone more than doubles Pinto Valley mine life

VANCOUVER — Six months after buying the Pinto Valley mine, Capstone Mining (TSX: CS; US-OTC: CSFFF) has shown that the copper–molybdenum–silver mine can be operated for at least eight extra years and produce a billion more…

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