Vangold Mining Corp. (TSXV:VAN; OTC:VGLDF) (“Vangold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the acceptance of the Company’s new members to the Advisory Board, being John P.A. Budreski, T. Gregory Hawkins and R. Stuart (Tookie) Angus.
A week after Zambia’s Revenue Authority gave First Quantum Minerals a US$7.9-billion tax bill, analysts are predicting a significant settlement.
Although major markets saw some significant losses on Friday, Monday morning was a breath of fresh air as the indexes made their way back to green.
In this PDAC interview, Paul Robinson of CRU Group shares two important commodities trends that resource investors should watch this year.
The company’s share price took a hit after being handed the bill by the Zambian Revenue Authority on Tuesday. Other miners will now face audits.
While the major markets wavered in anticipation of the US Federal Reserve’s meeting, commodities picked up speed and recovered from recent losses.
Following a controversial discovery about a prominent mining company, Zambia is doing tax audits on other miners dating back six years.
John Kaiser of Kaiser Research shares his thoughts on where gold is headed this year, and mentions small-cap stocks that have caught his eye.
While American markets closed in the red on Tuesday, they bounced back to green with their Canadian counterparts on Wednesday morning.
Thunderstruck Resources Ltd. (TSXV: AWE) (“Thunderstruck”) announces that, further to its press release dated March 1, 2018, it has closed its previously announced non-brokered private placement (the “Placement”).
Last week’s other top-gaining mining stocks on the TSX were LeadFX, Nautilus Minerals, Dalradian Resources and Excelsior Mining.
First Quantum Minerals is on track to expand copper capacity at the asset by 15 percent by 2020. Output will reach 85 million tonnes per year.