Gold – Reuters reported that Mexico has awarded Fresnillo plc (LSE:FRES) a new explosives permit that will allow it to resume operations at one of its gold mines.
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Gold – Reuters reported that Mexico's Fresnillo plc (LSE:FRES) reached its 2013 silver production target, but, as a result of a ban on the use of explosives at one of its mines, did not hit its target for gold production.
Silver – Here's a look at the Cannington, Fresnillo and Dukat mines, the top three primary silver-producing mines of last year.
Silver – Fresnillo's results for the first half of 2013 are not particularly inspiring, but the consensus seems to be that the company is doing as well as can be expected.
Silver – The Wall Street Journal reported that although Fresnillo plc (LSE:FRES) is "responding sensibly" to the fall in silver prices, shares in the company have nevertheless fallen 50 percent this year — that includes an 11-percent decline following the news that the miner's net profit fell 61 percent during the first half of 2013.
Silver – Silver prices fared well at the beginning of the week, but comments from US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke ultimately brought them down.
Silver – Mineweb reported that Mexico's Fresnillo plc (LSE:FRES) saw a 6.3-percent increase in second-quarter attributable silver output over the year-ago period, while half-year attributable silver production rose by 4.5 percent compared to the same time in 2012.
Silver – The history of silver mining in Mexico stretches back almost 500 years, when the great silver-gold vein system of the Veta Madre at Guanajuato was discovered in 1550.
Silver – Silver is stabilizing after a two-day massacre took the metal down over 17 percent.
Silver – This week, equities rallied as silver lingered. Meanwhile, BNP Paribas cut its silver price forecast while the director of the Silver Institute projected surging industrial demand.