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‘Poorly designed’ potash taxation hurts Canadian competitiveness

8 Jan 2015 /  Dorothy Kosich  
The convoluted nature of Saskatchewan’s regime benefits no one, says new university study of global potash mining taxation.

Forget massive junior consolidation

8 Jan 2015 /  Kip Keen  
In combinations there is not a panacea for junior ills.

New year, same old warehouse problems for LME

8 Jan 2015 /  Andy Home, Reuters  
Waiting times to remove metal from log-jammed locations will have flexed out again over the course of December.

Tin alloy fuel catalysts to save fuel and cut pollution

7 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
ITRI is calling for more research into use of tin pellets as fuel additive to increase fuel economy in, and significantly cut emission levels from, internal combustion engines.

Mining’s penchant for temp staffing will hurt industry long-term

7 Jan 2015 /  Dorothy Kosich  
“We have to ask ourselves whether mining and resources firms’ focus on short-term hiring will be sufficient in addressing long-term issues.”

Booming car-buying good for PGMs

7 Jan 2015 /  Kip Keen  
Palladium and platinum prices should get support from a boost in U.S. auto sales, analysts say.

Should investors take the silver gamble?

7 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
Silver has underperformed the other generally considered precious metals over the past year. Is it due for a comeback?

Silver Wheaton grants yet another extension to Pascua-Lama agreement

6 Jan 2015 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Despite cancellation of its Nyrstar silver streaming agreement, Silver Wheaton will keep an eye on Nyrstar’s zinc and lead assets.

Asian disenchantment with Western gold market manipulation

6 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
The forthcoming launch of a gold kilobar contract by the CME group in Hong Kong is an element in Asian attempts to wrest control of gold benchmark pricing from the West.

Asian disenchantment with Western gold market manipulation

6 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
The forthcoming launch of a gold kilobar contract by the CME group in Hong Kong is an element in Asian attempts to wrest control of gold benchmark pricing from the West.

Where will gold end 2015 – $1,000, $1,325 or maybe $2,500?

6 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
A look at the prospects for gold and silver prices in 2015 – and predictions of end year price levels for the two key precious metals.

Where will gold end 2015 – $1,000, $1,325 or maybe $2,500?

6 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
A look at the prospects for gold and silver prices in 2015 – and predictions of end year price levels for the two key precious metals.

The reboot of seafloor mining

6 Jan 2015 /  Kip Keen  
Nautilus Minerals is back on track to be the first bona fide seafloor metals miner.

Copper extends drop to lowest in four years

5 Jan 2015 /  Agnieszka de Sousa, Bloomberg  
Amid Greece concern.

Gold great value protector in 2014 – silver not

5 Jan 2015 /  Lawrence Williams  
Perhaps we should look at gold in currencies – other than the US dollar – to see its real worth as a value protector over the past year.
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