Backing from two well-known financiers bumped shares of Kaminak Gold up about 32 percent today.
Barrick Gold plans to form a joint venture with Saudi Arabia's Ma'aden in order to make some headway on its Jabal Sayid copper project.
In an attempt to clear the air, China has issued a ruling that requires 30 percent of all government vehicle purchases to be for alternative energy vehicles by 2016.
Fission Uranium released assay results from seven holes drilled on the Patterson Lake South uranium project. They only add to the company's already existing repertoire of excellent results.
In 2003, Virginia Mines announced that it had discovered the Eleonore gold deposit in the James Bay region of Quebec. Today, the area is known as the New James Bay Gold Belt, a highly prospective region that has enticed other companies to begin mineral exploration programs nearby.
Lundin would be willing to pay over $2 billion for Candelaria, according to the Globe. In addition, Lundin would strike a deal with Franco-Nevada Corp., who would take gold production from the mine for a price of $1 billion.
Canada doesn't currently produce any manganese, but Minco, which recently released a PEA for its Woodstock project, is looking to change that.
Silver hit a three-month high of $21.55 per ounce this morning, seemingly due to Iraq tension and the release of the Fed's June meeting minutes.
It was a close call, but now it's official: CME Group and Thomson Reuters will be operating the London silver fix replacement.
The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining added some wind to Potash Ridge's sails this week with its approval of the company's notice of intention to start large mining operations at the Blawn Mountain potash project in Utah.