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Cipher Research breaks down the proposed merger between Alamos Gold and AuRico Gold. The firm believes both companies are pursuing a sound growth strategy, but believes Alamos may be selling itself short with the proposed 50/50 structure. This article is the second instalment in a three-part series.
Roxgold announced high-grade gold mineralization over wider zones than previously drilled intervals on its Bagassi South zone. The zone is located 2 kilometers south of the main 55 zone on the company's Yaramoko project in Burkina Faso.
NuLegacy recently announced results from the first six of 24 diamond drill holes on its Iceberg property in Nevada. Here, geologist Wayne Hewgill weighs in.
Fission Uranium announced results from an additional 10 angled holes its Patterson Lake South project in the Southwestern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. They include high-grade uranium from its recently discovered 600W zone.
Atico Mining announced infill drill results from the recent Zeus massive sulfide discovery at its El Roble VMS deposit in Colombia. The mineralization is outside of the resource shell as defined in the June 2013 inferred resource.
Investors let out a sigh of relief last Friday when US jobs data revealed only a small gain in employment across the country. The news gave the gold price a nice boost, and on Wednesday, the yellow metal saw another jump when news hit that US retail sales for April were unmoved.
CanAlaska Uranium served up some positive news about its 50-percent-owned North West Manitoba project on Wednesday. It said that drilling undertaken by its joint venture partner, Northern Uranium, shows the area has the potential to host a substantial unconformity-style uranium deposit.
Equitas Resources only acquired the Garland nickel-cobalt-PGM property in September 2014, but it's already seeing good results. The company announced Wednesday that a VTEM Plus airborne survey at the property has identified nine areas of conductivity that are prospective for nickel-copper sulfides, and its share price shot up over 20 percent as a result.
Cipher Research breaks down the proposed merger between Alamos Gold and AuRico Gold. The firm believes both companies are pursuing a sound growth strategy, but believes Alamos may be selling itself short with the proposed 50/50 structure.