Volume 98 Number 51 Feb 4 - 10, 2013

A drill site at Dalradian Resources' Tyrone gold project, 120 km west of Belfast, Ireland. Source: Dalradian Resources

Dalradian finds gold in Northern Ireland’s hills

Focusing its exploration efforts in an established, low-risk mining jurisdiction is paying off for Toronto-based Dalradian Resources (DNA-T). The company has already outlined a multi-million ounce gold resource at its Curraghinalt deposit, 120…

Market news: Toronto Stock Exchange

The TSX Composite Index continued its recent climb gaining 68 points for the period. The positive run is tied to strong corporate earnings south of the border, recovering economic growth figures from China and a further kicking down the road of…

Market news: TSX Venture Exchange

The Jan. 21-25 trading week was a quiet one for the S&P TSX Venture Composite Index. A few days of small gains were negated by two days of losses, leaving the index down 8.08 points to end the week at 1,227.24. Trading volumes were slightly…

Market news: U.S. Markets

The S&P 500 finished the week at 1,502.96 — the first time since Dec. 10, 2007 that the benchmark index closed above 1,500 points. For the week, the S&P climbed 1.1%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 1.8% to finish…

The Fayalala pit at Nordgold's Lefa gold mine complex in Guinea. Photo by Alexandra Feytis.

Nordgold turns over a new Lefa

LERO, GUINEA — West Africa remains central in Russia-based Nordgold’s (NORD-L) plans to boost its global gold production.

A driller at Aureus Mining's New Liberty gold project in Liberia. Source: Aureus Mining

Aureus on track to production in Liberia

When Aureus Mining (AUE-T, AUE-L) turns its Liberty Gold deposit in Liberia into an open-pit mine as early as the first quarter of 2014, it will be the country’s first modern, commercial gold mine.

Pan American Silver's Dolores silver-gold mine in northern Mexico. Credit: Pan American Silver.

Pan American to produce more silver, gold in 2013

Pan American Silver (PAA-T, PAAS-Q) had a strong year in 2012, helped by record silver and gold output in the fourth quarter, and it’s forecasting 2013 will be another “record setting-production year.” 

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