Volume 100 Number 8 Apr 7 - 13, 2014

Uranium Energy gets US$10M cash injection

Texas-based Uranium Energy (NYSE-MKT: UEC) has drawn down another US$10 million from its previously announced US$20-million credit facility, after its lenders agreed to defer the required principal payments by two years, providing the company…

Facilities at Excellon Resources' La Platosa silver mine in Mexico. Credit: Excellon Resources

Excellon CEO on Mexico, taxes and trust

Excellon Resources’ (TSX: EXN; US-OTC: EXLLF) La Platosa Mine in Durango is one of the world’s highest-grade silver mines. The mine also boasts lead and zinc by-products that make it one of the lowest cash-cost silver mines in…

The Crimean nickel effect

Where gold was once the key barometer for geopolitical bad news, lately nickel has been hogging the stage.

A drill site at Ivanhoe Mines' Platreef PGM project, 280 km northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa. Credit: Ivanhoe Mines

Ivanhoe unveils Platreef PEA as drills hit Ga-Madiba

VANCOUVER — Robert Friedland’s Ivanhoe Mines (TSX: IVN; US-OTC: IVPAF) is sitting on an impressive platinum group metals (PGM) resource at its Platreef property, situated 280 km northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa,. And the…

Activist shareholder criticizes Sherritt International

A Halifax-based investment company that owns shares in Sherritt International (TSX: S) is calling for a change at the Toronto-based company, which it accuses of making “ill-considered acquisitions” and dishing out…

Fieldworkers at Wallbridge Mining's Broken Hammer copper-PGM project in Sudbury, Ontario. Credit: Wallbridge Mining

Wallbridge to put Broken Hammer into production

Wallbridge Mining (TSX: WM; US-OTC: WLBMF) is building an open-pit mine in April at its Broken Hammer copper–platinum group metal project in Sudbury, Ont., and says production should start in June. Total capex is $1 million.

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