Volume 100 Number 24 Jul 28 - Aug 3, 2014

Premier’s Hardrock grows in quantity and quality

Another 86,500 metres of drilling and a deeper Whittle shell using steeper pit walls has increased the size of Premier Gold Mines’ (TSX: PG; US-OTC: PIRGF) flagship Hardrock deposit in northern Ontario, the company says.

Calibre Mining president and CEO Greg Smith (right) at the Montes de Oro zone at the Siuna project in Nicaragua. Credit: Calibre Mining

Calibre Mining a golden bet in Nicaragua

VANCOUVER — Junior Calibre Mining (TSXV: CXB; US-OTC: CXBMF) appears well positioned to benefit from a trio of promising regional gold assets in Nicaragua.

The kiln under construction at Largo Resources' Maracas Vanadium project in Brazil's Bahia state, on which Anglo Pacific Group holds a 2% net smelter return royalty. Credit: Largo Resources

New management at Anglo Pacific shifts focus to royalties

After graduating with a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School, Julian Treger launched his career working for Lord Rothschild as an in-house corporate financier managing a portfolio of public and private equity…

U.S. equities edge higher, July 14-18

The downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet by suspected pro-Russian militants in Ukraine and Israel’s invasion of Gaza triggered a sell-off on July 17, but U.S. markets ended the trading week in positive territory, with the Dow…

Kaminak Gold investor Ross Beaty.

Ross Beaty and Zebra Holdings buy into Kaminak

Shares of Kaminak Gold (TSXV: KAM; US-OTC: KMKGF) surged nearly 33% to $1.05 after the company announced that Ross Beaty and Zebra Holdings (the trust of the late Adolf H. Lundin) are to become significant shareholders.

Raw coal is loaded into the plant (background) while clean coal exits the facility on a conveyor at Corsa Coal's Wilson Creek preparation plant in Somerset, Pennsylvania. Credit: Corsa Coal

Corsa Coal to acquire PBS Coals

Severstal Resources, one of Russia’s largest producers of iron ore and coking coal and a division of Severstal (LSE: SVST), plunked down US$877 million in 2008 to buy PBS Coals, a privately held company in southwestern Pennsylvania with…

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