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Silver Price Pressured by Trifecta of Greece, China and Fed
By 4:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, the silver price was at $14.99 per ounce, up just slightly from the week's low of $14.94.
Energy Fuels Hits Another Milestone at Sheep Mountain Project
Energy Fuels has been granted approval to make major revisions to the existing mining permit at its Sheep Mountain project.
BMO Sees Long-term Potential for 'Strong' Nickel Price Recovery
Though the firm has revised down its medium-term nickel price forecast, longer term it anticipates "a strong price recovery if/when the market moves back to 'risk on' mode."
Iron Ore Price Falls as Chinese Imports Shrink
The iron ore price continued to fall this week, with declining Chinese imports and insufficient production cuts from the majors doing little to help its situation. The metal hit its lowest point since May 2009 on Wednesday, falling to $44.59 a dry ton.
What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for the Oil Market
The P5+1 world powers have reached a landmark deal with Iran about the future of its nuclear programs. If passed, the deal will also affect the oil price.
10 Top Uranium Mines
The top-producing uranium mine in 2014 was McArthur River, which is majority owned by Cameco.
Palladium Price Forecasts Keep Falling
While palladium performed much better than its sister metal platinum last year, the white metal hasn't been immune to a fall in the broader precious metals complex so far in 2015.
Wildfires in Western Canada Won't Affect Claude's Gold Production Guidance
Claude Resources has halted gold production at its Seabee mine in Northern Saskatchewan. It doesn't expect its yearly output to suffer.
BMO Capital Markets: Zinc Deficit Coming in 2015
BMO Capital Markets anticipates a zinc deficit this year, rather than in 2017 as it previously predicted. The firm's positive zinc outlook rests in part on the fact that it has doubts about supply from Chinese mines.
Lower Steel Production Hurting Coking Coal Prices
Pressure on coking coal prices isn't likely to let up any time soon, according to the latest report from BMO Capital Markets.