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Eloro Intersects 234.19g Ag eq/t over 53.20m in the Mineralized Envelope of the Santa Barbara Breccia Pipe at Iska Iska Silver-Tin Polymetallic Project, Potosi Department, Bolivia

Eloro Resources Ltd.  is pleased to provide an update on its Iska Iska silver-tin polymetallic project in the Potosi Department, southern Bolivia. To date, the Company has completed 58 diamond drill holes totalling 26,982 metres (m) to test major target areas at Iska Iska.

Eloro Resources

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Gold remains down 1% after crash of over 5% in early trade

Gold futures were facing a sharp selloff Monday morning that saw the precious metal fall more than 5% at its low during Asian trading hours.

by Mark DeCambre

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Oil slides 4% on China virus curbs and strong dollar

Oil prices fell by 4% on Monday, extending last week's steep losses on the back of a rising U.S. dollar and concerns that new coronavirus-related restrictions in Asia, especially China, could slow a global recovery in fuel demand.

by Reuters

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Arctic SMR plans make progress

“We have reached another milestone in the project for the construction of a nuclear power plant in Yakutia region" said Oleg Sirazetdinov, vice president of Rusatom Overseas. The licence comes from a department within the Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Supervision, Rostekhnadzor, that deals with radiological safety in an inter-regional context.

by World Nuclear News

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Gatos Silver Reports Record Second Quarter 2021 Financial Results

Gatos Silver, Inc. today reported second quarter 2021 (“Q2”) operational and financial results.

by Gatos Silver

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AbraSilver Resource Corp. Announces Initial Drill Results from Phase II Exploration Program

AbraSilver Resource Corp. is pleased to report significant drill results received from the initial three diamond drill holes of the Company’s ongoing Phase II drill program, on its wholly-owned Diablillos property in Salta Province, Argentina.

by AbraSilver

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Novo Resources to Present at Upcoming Webinars

Novo Resources Corp. is pleased to announce that senior management will provide an operational and exploration update from the Nullagine gold project and the Pilbara region in Western Australia.

by Novo Resources Corp.

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Labrador Gold Announces Till Results Including 311 Mostly Pristine Gold Grains

Labrador Gold Corp. is pleased to announce the results of a till sampling program recently completed along the Appleton Fault Zone on its 100% controlled Kingsway project Newfoundland.

by Labrador Gold

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Hecla Mining Reports Second Quarter 2021 Results

Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) today announced second quarter 2021 financial and operating results.

by Hecla Mining Company

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Discovery Silver Intersects 448 g/t AgEq over 46 m within 260 g/t AgEq over 133 m in North Corridor Drilling at Cordero

Discovery Silver Corp. is pleased to announce results from 21 diamond drill holes targeting bulk-tonnage mineralization in the North Corridor at its flagship Cordero silver project (“Cordero” or “the Project”) located in Chihuahua State, Mexico.

by Discovery Silver Corp

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Dynacor Gold Mines Ramps Up its Gold Ore Processing Operation to a Full Expanded Capacity of 430 TPD (Tonnes Per Day) at its Veta Dorada Ore Processing Plant

Dynacor Gold Mines Inc. an international gold ore industrial corporation servicing ASMs (artisanal and small-scale miners), today announced the Veta Dorada gold ore processing plant successfully reached its total production capacity of 430 TPD (tonnes per day).

by Dynacor Gold Mines

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Equinox Gold Reports 124,712 Ounces of Gold Sold in Second Quarter 2021

Equinox Gold Corp. is pleased to announce its second quarter 2021 summary financial and operating results.

by Equinox Gold

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First concrete poured for Xudabao 3

China National Nuclear Power (CNNP) - a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) - announced the start of construction of Xudabao 3 in a 1 August statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

by World Nuclear News

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Skeena Resources Intersects 27.04 g/t Au over 12.50 metres at Snip Gold Project

Skeena Resources Limited is pleased to report diamond drill core results from the 2021 Phase 3 infill and exploration drilling program at the Snip gold project ("Snip" or the "Project") located in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia.

by Skeena Resources

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Drilling Continues to Return Wide Widths at Defiance Silver's Zacatecas Project

Defiance Silver Corp. is pleased to provide an update to the ongoing drill program at the company's Zacatecas project.

by Newsfile Corp

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Column: China goes from driver to brake for crude oil, iron ore and copper: Russell

China has switched from driving global demand for major commodities to being a drag on growth, with July's customs data confirming the weakening trend for imports of crude oil, iron ore and copper.

by Reuters

Gold's Flash Crash And Limited Follow-Through Greenback Gains

A flash crash saw gold drop more than $70 an ounce in early Asia. Silver was dragged lower too. The precious metals have stabilized at lower levels, but it signals a rough adjustment to a higher interest rate environment as a hawkish BOE and strong US employment data suggest peak monetary stimulus is at hand.

by Marc Chandler

How fossil fuels can help decarbonize the economy

Researchers at Rice University’s Carbon Hub are proposing the idea of actually using hydrocarbons to slash carbon dioxide emissions.

by Mining.com

Goldman recapitulates $5 a pound copper price by end of 2021

In a new research note, Goldman Sachs says the copper price is “poised for the next leg higher” as short term headwinds fade and fundamentals point to a significant demand boost further out.

by Mining.com

World’s 10 biggest gold mining companies

Gold made history in 2020 when the price hit a record high in August as pandemic concerns weighed on investor sentiment.

by Mining.com

Why Norway Won’t Give Up On Oil & Gas

Norway doesn’t have any second thoughts about oil exploration and investment in light of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report suggesting that no new fossil fuel exploration would be needed for a net-zero world.

by Tsvetana Paraskova

Motivated Reasoning About Silver

The dollar has (by far) the greatest quantity, and yet, far from the least purchasing power. It is one of the strongest currencies, despite - or perhaps because of - this fact. Also, the price of silver measured in dollars does not go up as a function of increases in the quantity of dollars.

by Keith Weiner

Buy Gold, Before It Goes A Lot Higher

  • Gold is in a remarkably favorable environment right now.

  • Inflation is surging while interest rates drip lower.

  • The Fed is in no hurry to raise rates, and the monetary base continues to balloon.

  • The price of gold is lagging monetary base expansion for now. However, this dynamic could change quickly.

by Victor Dergunov

From Shell to Unilever, plastics polluters back recycling-tech flops

Some of the world’s biggest multinationals are hailing so-called advanced recycling as the solution to a waste crisis that has lawmakers looking to crack down on plastics use.

by Reuters

Record profits and blockbuster dividends: Here come the miners

The world’s biggest mining companies are about to start revealing how much cash they’re churning out from this year’s commodity boom. Look out for record profits followed by eye-watering dividend payouts.

by Mining.com

China crackdown could knock crude oil import growth to 20-year low

Beijing's crackdown on the misuse of import quotas combined with the impact of high crude prices could see China's growth in oil imports sink to the lowest in two decades in 2021, despite an expected rise in refining rates in the second half.

by Reuters

Rerating: Top 50 mining companies double in value from covid low

Despite gold losing sight of last year’s record, a cooled copper price and iron ore markets that will struggle to move higher from current levels, MINING.COM’s ranking of the world’s 50 most valuable miners marched to a new high of $1.47 trillion at the end of the second quarter.

by Mining.com

New Nuclear Fuel Can Be Here Even Faster Than New Reactors

The nuclear industry has been focusing on new reactor designs to address a variety of issues like climate change, backing up renewables, and replacing fossil fuels with a reliable baseload alternative.

by James Conca

Developing nations need help to quit coal addiction

Coal-fired power plants are proving hard to shutdown in developing economies because they are cheap and convenient, but keeping them going is pumping out carbon dioxide at a rate far beyond the level needed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

by John Kemp

Copper: Flying Blind Over The Summer

The changing macro narrative and the unwinding of reflation trades is rippling through the metals market.

by ING Economic and Financial Analysis

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Column: China goes from driver to brake for crude oil, iron ore and copper: Russell

China has switched from driving global demand for major commodities to being a drag on growth, with July's customs data confirming the weakening trend for imports of crude oil, iron ore and copper.

by Reuters

Gold's Flash Crash And Limited Follow-Through Greenback Gains

A flash crash saw gold drop more than $70 an ounce in early Asia. Silver was dragged lower too. The precious metals have stabilized at lower levels, but it signals a rough adjustment to a higher interest rate environment as a hawkish BOE and strong US employment data suggest peak monetary stimulus is at hand.

by Marc Chandler

How fossil fuels can help decarbonize the economy

Researchers at Rice University’s Carbon Hub are proposing the idea of actually using hydrocarbons to slash carbon dioxide emissions.

by Mining.com

Goldman recapitulates $5 a pound copper price by end of 2021

In a new research note, Goldman Sachs says the copper price is “poised for the next leg higher” as short term headwinds fade and fundamentals point to a significant demand boost further out.

by Mining.com

World’s 10 biggest gold mining companies

Gold made history in 2020 when the price hit a record high in August as pandemic concerns weighed on investor sentiment.

by Mining.com

Why Norway Won’t Give Up On Oil & Gas

Norway doesn’t have any second thoughts about oil exploration and investment in light of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report suggesting that no new fossil fuel exploration would be needed for a net-zero world.

by Tsvetana Paraskova

Motivated Reasoning About Silver

The dollar has (by far) the greatest quantity, and yet, far from the least purchasing power. It is one of the strongest currencies, despite - or perhaps because of - this fact. Also, the price of silver measured in dollars does not go up as a function of increases in the quantity of dollars.

by Keith Weiner

Buy Gold, Before It Goes A Lot Higher

  • Gold is in a remarkably favorable environment right now.

  • Inflation is surging while interest rates drip lower.

  • The Fed is in no hurry to raise rates, and the monetary base continues to balloon.

  • The price of gold is lagging monetary base expansion for now. However, this dynamic could change quickly.

by Victor Dergunov

From Shell to Unilever, plastics polluters back recycling-tech flops

Some of the world’s biggest multinationals are hailing so-called advanced recycling as the solution to a waste crisis that has lawmakers looking to crack down on plastics use.

by Reuters

Record profits and blockbuster dividends: Here come the miners

The world’s biggest mining companies are about to start revealing how much cash they’re churning out from this year’s commodity boom. Look out for record profits followed by eye-watering dividend payouts.

by Mining.com

China crackdown could knock crude oil import growth to 20-year low

Beijing's crackdown on the misuse of import quotas combined with the impact of high crude prices could see China's growth in oil imports sink to the lowest in two decades in 2021, despite an expected rise in refining rates in the second half.

by Reuters

Rerating: Top 50 mining companies double in value from covid low

Despite gold losing sight of last year’s record, a cooled copper price and iron ore markets that will struggle to move higher from current levels, MINING.COM’s ranking of the world’s 50 most valuable miners marched to a new high of $1.47 trillion at the end of the second quarter.

by Mining.com

New Nuclear Fuel Can Be Here Even Faster Than New Reactors

The nuclear industry has been focusing on new reactor designs to address a variety of issues like climate change, backing up renewables, and replacing fossil fuels with a reliable baseload alternative.

by James Conca

Developing nations need help to quit coal addiction

Coal-fired power plants are proving hard to shutdown in developing economies because they are cheap and convenient, but keeping them going is pumping out carbon dioxide at a rate far beyond the level needed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

by John Kemp

Copper: Flying Blind Over The Summer

The changing macro narrative and the unwinding of reflation trades is rippling through the metals market.

by ING Economic and Financial Analysis

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