Wheaton River Minerals Ltd

Agnico-Eagle President sells shares

The following insider trading transactions were reported by the Ontario Securities Commission in recent editions of the OSC Bulletin:…

Market awaits outcome of Goldcorp-Glamis saga

The report period Dec. 22-28 was short because the TSX closed down at 1 p.m. on Dec. 24 for the holidays, and trading did not resume until Dec. 29. The price of gold closed at US$444.40 per oz. in New York on Dec. 28. At Dec. 24, the price of gold…

People (December 27, 2004)

Antofagasta — Jean-Paul Luksic appointed chairman; Marcelo Awad appointed CEO of subsidiary Antofagasta Mining South America.

Glamis in hostile bid for Goldcorp

Glamis Gold (GLG-T) has launched a hostile, all-share bid for Goldcorp (G-T) that is contigent on the latter scrapping its own all-share, friendly takeover of Wheaton River Minerals (WRM-T),…

Wild ride for Thistle Mining

The report period Dec. 15-21 saw the price of gold rise US$3.85 to close at US$440.95 per oz. in the afternoon of the 21st in London. The gold index rose 2.09 points, or 0.9%, to close at 211.20. The diversified metals and mining index was up 10.7…

‘Tis the season for volume trading

The report period Dec. 8-14 saw the price of gold fall US$14.70 to close at US$437.10 per oz. in the afternoon in London. The gold index managed to hold its own and fell a mere 0.19 of a point to close at 209.11, and the diversified metals and min…

Iamgold jilted, again (December 13, 2004)

After weeks of legal challenges and verbal sniping, shareholders of Gold Fields (GFI-N) have finally had their say, narrowly rejecting their company’s plan to merge its international assets with those of Iamgold

Merger mania fuels trading

The report period Dec. 1-7 saw the price of gold fall US$1.60 to close at US$451.80 per oz. in the afternoon in London. All mining-related indices lost ground. The gold index fell 13.2 points, or 5.9%, to close at 209.30, and the diversified metal…

Chap adds Swedish silver (November 29, 2004)

Wheaton River Minerals‘ (WRM-T) 75%-owned silver spinoff, Chap Mercantile (SLW-T), has inked a deal to buy all the silver produced from the Zinkgruvan mine in central Sweden.

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