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Despite a lackluster start to 2015, copper prices started to creep back up following the end of Lunar New Year celebrations in China. Analysts have reiterated their positive outlook for the red metal.
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Here's a brief overview of some of the uranium companies that will be attending PDAC.
Well over a hundred gold companies will be exhibiting at PDAC. Here's a look at a few that might be worth checking out.
Dolly Varden Silver, Golden Arrow, Levon Resources and Northair Silver are among the silver companies that will be at PDAC.
Resource Investing News takes a quick glance at a few rare earths companies that will be at PDAC 2015 and lists the other rare earths companies attending as well.
Nevada Copper has now further de-risked its Pumpkin Hollow project, and for Joseph Gallucci of Dundee Securities, that means the company could now be a target for M&A.
Great Panther Silver just announced that it has entered into a binding letter agreement to acquire Cangold. The move will expand its asset base in Mexico and give it the rights to a project in Northern Ontario.
After a trading halt midway through the day on Thursday, North Arrow Minerals released an update on the processing of a bulk sample from its Nunavut-based Qilalugaq diamond project.
The company could start production at its Abu Dabbab project in Egypt by 2016.