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On Monday, Rambler released a prefeasibility study aimed at integrating the lower footwall zone at Ming into the project's mine plan, extending its mine life to 21 years.
Lucara Diamond's Exceptional Stone Tender results impressed the market last week. But eyes were also on Tsodilo Resources, whose BK-16 kimberlite is 28 kilometers from Lucara's Karowe mine.
The first half of the year has been tough for the fertilizer space. However, one producer is optimistic that potash demand will recover in the second half of 2015.
Western Copper and Gold president and COO Dr. Paul West-Sells talks copper prices and updates on progress at the company's Casino copper-gold mine.
A tough month for Fortune Minerals culminated last week with the news that the company has lost its Colorado-based Revenue silver mine.
Shareholders have reacted well to the latest piece of Lynas news. The Aussie rare earths miner increased its gross sales revenue by 74 percent quarter-on-quarter to hit AU$51.9 million, a record high.
Uranium demand has been slow to recover post-Fukushima, but as anyone watching the space knows, Japan has been working hard to get its nuclear power plants back on track. Every step it has taken has reflected positively on uranium stocks and the uranium future outlook.
China's interest in Australian lithium-mining companies appears to be growing. Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium recently signed an MOU for an offtake with Australia's Reed Industrial Minerals. Neometals, which owns 70 percent of Reed, gained 8 percent on high trading volumes on the news last Friday.
The gold market got a surprise Friday morning when China released data on its gold reserves for the first time in six years. The Asian nation said that its gold reserves now sit at 1,658 MT, up 57 percent from 2009.
Temex Resources made headlines last month for its involvement in a five-way gold company merger. Now, the junior gold stock is in the news again following a rival takeover bid from Lake Shore Gold.
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