Weekly Round-Up: Gold Avoids Dramatic Decline

Weekly Round-Up: Gold Avoids Dramatic Decline

Some analysts expected gold to drop sharply when the dollar rose following the latest Fed meeting. However, while the yellow metal did fall, it wasn't an unmanageable decline.

Bacanora Spikes on Press Speculation

Bacanora Minerals was experiencing much higher than average trading volumes on both in London and on the TSX Venture Exchange on Friday on speculation that the company will soon issue a positive update on its Mexican lithium projects.

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WealthTerra Capital Management: Understanding the Exempt Market

The stock market is a familiar place for investors, but what is the exempt market? In this video, Nadine Wellwood, president of WealthTerra Capital Management, answers that question and explains how her firm helps investors navigate that arena.

Company News

Pasinex Resources Closes Non-brokered Private Placement

Pasinex Resources Closes Non-brokered Private Placement

Zinc – Pasinex Resources (CSE:PSE) has closed a non-brokered private placement for gross proceeds of up to $370,150. Proceeds from the placement will be used for general and administrative expenses as well as for ongoing exploration activity at the Pinargozu zinc-lead project in Turkey.

Canada Carbon Raises $560,000 at a Premium

Canada Carbon Raises $560,000 at a Premium

Graphite – Canada Carbon (TSXV:CCB) announced it had closed a $560,000 private placement, issuing 2 million flow-through units at a price of $0.28 per unit. A $33,600 finder's fee was paid to Secutor Capital Management.

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Company Videos

Western Copper and Gold: A Look Back at 2014

Copper – Western Copper and Gold Corporation (TSX:WRN,NYSEMKT:WRN) CEO Paul West-Sells spoke about 2014’s big year in copper market mergers & acquisitions. He says, “People are pretty comfortable with copper… Copper is still seen as a very good play going into the future”.

Market News

Russia Buying Gold, Not Selling It

Gold – Writing for BullionStar, Koos Jansen said that while rumors abound that Russia is selling gold, in fact it bought 18 tonnes of the metal in November.

Greg Rickford Not a Fan of Ontario’s Ring of Fire Plan

Chromium – CBC News reported that Greg Rickford, Canada's federal natural resources minister, believes Ontario's plan for the Ring of Fire has "serious structural problems" and thus he's cautious about partnering with the province to help develop infrastructure in the area.

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