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  • Gold seen as range-bound in 2017

    3/21/17
    Gold prices will remain broadly stable in 2017, according to analysts at two financial institutions. BMO Capital Markets expects the yellow metal to trade around US$1,175/oz throughout the year. While the year following...

  • Jaguar sees loss widen in 2016

    3/21/17
    Brazil-focused junior Jaguar Mining posted an US$82.8mn net loss during FY2016, compared to an US$11.2mn net loss for the previous year. However, the firm's revenues rose 13% year-on-year to US$121mn, mainly due to a 10% year-on-yea...

  • Gold, silver surge in wake of Fed hike

    3/16/17
    Gold and silver rose sharply Thursday in the wake of the Fed interest rate hike. The yellow metal surged US$30.55 to US$1,229.35/oz in London, a 10-day high, with silver ending the day up 55 cents to US$17.46/oz. Investors were...

  • Peru's base metals exports up in January

    3/15/17
    Peru's exports of most major metals rose in January from a year ago as surging prices offset lower shipments, although gold and silver exports declined, the government said. Metals export rose 22.7% to US$1.68bn in January, helping ...

  • Gold holds ground as Fed meeting kicks off

    3/14/17
    Gold and silver held their ground Tuesday ahead of the conclusion of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting in the US. The yellow metal ended 40 cents higher at US$1,204.60/oz in London, with silver closing at US$17.00/oz, down...

  • Fresnillo Plc

    3/14/17
    Fresnillo Plc, a subsidiary of Mexican firm Industrias Peñoles (75% ownership), is a precious metal mining company incorporated in the UK and headquartered in Mexico City. Fresnillo's activities include mining exploration,...

  • Gold, silver slip ahead of Fed meeting

    3/10/17
    Gold and silver prices declined Friday under pressure from speculation of a US interest rate hike next week. Silver slipped below US$17/oz for the first time in six weeks, ending down 25 cents at US$16.89/oz in London, with gold US$...

  • Gold, silver fall on strong US jobs data

    3/8/17
    Gold extended its recent decline Wednesday following a strong US jobs report. The yellow metal ended US$7.45 lower at US$1,209.20/oz in London, a five-week low, with silver shedding 30 cents to US$17.40/oz, its lowest close since...

  • Gold slips to 1-month low

    3/7/17
    Gold fell to its lowest level in more than a month Tuesday. The yellow metal ended US$14.30 lower at US$1,216.65/oz in London, its lowest close since February 3, with silver down 11 cents at US$17.70/oz. "Prospects for a US rate ...

  • Honduras' mineral exports decline

    3/6/17
    Mineral exports from Honduras fell to US$157mn in 2016 from US$171mn the previous year. Gold shipments were US$94.5mn, down from US$96.9mn, with zinc at US$23.8mn, up from US$21.6mn, according to a central bank report. Lead...