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EMED Mining, "Redeveloping Former Rio Tinto Open-Pit Copper Mine Near Seville, Spain"
SNNLive spoke with Ron Cunneen, Chief Geologist of EMED Mining (EMD:TSX) (EMED:AIM) at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2013. For more information: http://emed-mining.com/ On StockNewsNow.com: http://stocknewsnow.com/ron-cunneen-chief-geologist-emed-mining-redeveloping-former-rio-tinto-open-pit-copper-mine-near-seville-spain/
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Aureus Mining CEO explains new and ‘stronger’ mining plan
David Reading, the chief executive of Aureus Mining (LON:AUE), discusses the company’s new mining plan, which he says makes more sense in the current gold price environment.
'Why Do You Attend Mines and Money?'
We asked 6 Investors, 4 Miners, 3 Finance Consultants and 1 Engineering Firm to explain why they attend Mines and Money London. Watch the video to see what they said.
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Nighthawk shares tipped to rise to 1.7p by early 2017
Nighthawk Plc (LON:HAWK) shares are in a rising trend and could hit 1.7p by early 2017, according to technical analyst Zak Mir. In a Tip TV segment for Proactive Investors Mir highlights that the share has been basing over the past six months or so, and a chart signal in the summer suggests positive momentum is resuming. He notes that since then the shares continued to move sideways, and the turnaround has a been a slow one. “We’ve had a sideways move with higher lows above the 1p level … looks as though we’re in a rising trend channel from April,” Mir added.
Anglo Pacific 'well placed to ride out relaxing of China mining restrictions'
China’s reversed some of the restrictions it imposed back in March on local coal miners. It’s in response to a dramatic increase in price for the nation’s top energy source on the back of reduced output. They’re now allowing companies to operate 330 days a year – rather than the 276 day maximum which was previously imposed Mining Capital's Alastair Ford tells Proactive: ''[The decision] will have implications for some of the London-listed companies like Anglo Pacific Group PLC (LON:APF) which has been a real trailblazer in the coal sector for the last couple of years. When coal was completely out of fashion Anglo doubled-down on its coal investments and was proven broadly correct -- no one thought coal would go up like it did.'' ''However Julian Treger at Anglo has also said that this recent run of high coal prices that we've had was unlikely to last. He's highlighted that himself in his own commentary so I think that a company like Anglo Pacific which is a clear player on coal, although it does have some other investments, will be able to ride this out reasonably well'. Discussing some of the main mining headlines from the past week Ford said he quite liked the news out from Kincora Copper Ltd. (CVE:KCC). ''That company's appointed some useful looking geologists and technical people to get on with work on the ground in Mongolia.'' ''Kincora have got a massive land package in Mongolia, one of the biggest I believe, and they're on the ground there 'elephant hunting' ... looking for very big, rich copper mines, multi-billion dollar mines. The reason they're doing that is because not far away is the Oyu Tolgoi mine ... recently sold to Rio Tinto for a huge sum, and is the kind of geological structure which rarely ever occurs in isolation''. Kincora Copper’s has announced that copper-gold porphyry mineralisation has been confirmed within a large scale complex at its project in Bayan Tal in Mongolia – and supports priority drilling.
Weekly Market De-Brief – Jan 15 - 2016
The rough start to 2016 continued this week with major indices giving up more ground. In fact, it’s the single worst start to a year for stocks in history, with lack of global growth and oil price deflation driving selling. China's Shanghai Composite has now fallen over 21% along with Europe’s STOXX 600 declining over 20%, sending both indices into Bear Market territory. In Europe, over 1 Trillion Euros has disappeared from the market place since the beginning of the year. North America faired slightly better. According to Bloomberg, both the DOW and S&P posted close to a 9% decline, the NASDAQ down 11%, and the TSX lost almost to 8%, from the beginning of trading this year. Oil hit yet a new 12 year low this week falling under $30 per barrel, a level not seen since 2004. With US inventories at 483 million barrels, crude oil inventories remain near levels not seen for this time of year in at least the last 80 years. And with Iran set to add another half a million barrels per day to this oversupplied market, now that economic sanctions have been lifted, I expect oil to remain under pressure for some time. In Metals Gold held its own closing at $1088, a small decline form last week’s close of $1101 and Silver saw little movement ending down 2 cents on the week at $13.93. In Copper, we did indeed fall below the $2 level, ending the week at $1.94. On a side note, a BNN interview this week revealed that copper consumption from Western Economies is actually down by 1% over the past decade. The driver for copper has been emerging economies, specifically China which recently accounted for 40% of global copper consumption, and now that their economies are slowing and moving towards a more consumer or service based model, copper prices aren’t expected to move higher any time soon. Ultimately, we need to see oil price and Chinese currency stabilization, and for that to happen, we need to see some good news in the global economy. Jason Goepfert of SentimenTrader commented that the indices have had two 10% corrections in a rather short span. That has only happened three times in the last 100 years. Unfortunately, those occurrences were in 1929, 2000 and 2008. As you may recall, those were not particularly good years for the bulls". These are uncertain times and the markets are definitely reflecting that. For MiningClips.com, I’m Erick Bertsch.
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Ariana Resources plc MD encouraged by latest Kepez West drill results
Kerim Sener, managing director of Ariana Resources plc (LON:AAU), says he is “very encouraged” by the results of the latest drilling program at Kepez West. The firm has found another potential satellite for its Kiziltepe mine in Turkey after unearthing decent gold grades near the surface at Kepez West. Sener adds that the company is “encountering good quality mineralisation at relatively high grades right from surface – so you could envisage a situation where the area is mined by low strip ratio open pit that wouldn’t need to be much lower than 15 to 20 metres I suspect.”

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