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  • Wall Street mostly down amid choppy session

    Sat 12:07 am

    Wall Street mostly down amid choppy session

    U.S. stocks mostly slipped Friday in choppy trade, reversing premarket gains. West Texas Intermediate crude fell 1.6% while gold is down 0.6%. The ASX SPI 200 is down 12 to 5,434.

  • ASX climbs, but which Fraser Range nickel player jumped 14.3%?

    Fri 5:38 am

    ASX climbs, but which Fraser Range nickel player jumped 14.3%?

    Positive sentiment following the European Central Bank’s decision to buy 60 billion euros of bonds per month sent the ASX200 up 1.5% to 5,501.8 points.

    This Fraser Range-focused nickel explorer has built up its interest in the highly prospective region.

  • Axiom Mining extends existing Isabel Project nickel intersections

    Fri 12:51 am

    Axiom Mining extends existing Isabel Project nickel intersections

    In its December quarterly, Axiom Mining extended high grade nickel intersections at its Isabel Project. Drilling at the West Guadalcanal Project has intersected gold and silver. Further drilling is underway.

  • Red Mountain Mining gains 50% boost to Batangas cash flows

    Thu 10:17 pm

    Red Mountain Mining gains 50% boost to Batangas cash flows

    Improved Australian gold prices and reduced fuel costs have increased the free cash flow forecast for the Batangas Gold Project by 50% to A$45 million. IRR is now 65% while NPV is $28.5 million. The company is moving to complete the Definitive Feasibility Study, final mine permitting and additional resource/reserve delineation.

  • Osisko Gold may be in for fewer royalty opportunities as competition heats up

    Fri 8:12 pm

    Osisko Gold may be in for fewer royalty opportunities as competition heats up

    Osisko Gold Royalties (TSE:OR) had its price target lifted at Dundee Capital Markets to C$16.00 from C$14.75 previously, while its neutral rating was maintained, after the royalty company announced a C$200 million bought deal financing earlier this week.

  • Wall Street mostly down amid choppy session

    Fri 8:11 pm

    Wall Street mostly down amid choppy session

    U.S. stocks mostly slipped Friday in choppy trade, reversing premarket gains, but both the S&P 500 and the Dow remained on track for weekly gains following the announcement that the European Central Bank will implement a $1.2 trillion bond purchase program. 

  • TSX stretches two-month high as banks, energy producers advance

    Fri 6:01 pm

    TSX stretches two-month high as banks, energy producers advance

    Canadian shares increased for a third day, stretching a two-month high, as banks and energy producers rallied with investors cheering moves by the Bank of Canada and the European Central Bank earlier this week. The S&P/TSX Composite Index added 0.4 percent to 14,829.01 at 12:40 p.m. in Toronto.

  • Wall Street mostly lower, but still on course for weekly gains

    Fri 5:01 pm

    Wall Street mostly lower, but still on course for weekly gains

    U.S. stocks mostly slipped Friday, reversing premarket gains, but both the S&P 500 and the Dow remained on track for weekly gains following the announcement that the European  Central Bank will implement a $1.2 trillion bond purchase program.