Silver – Here's a look at the Cannington, Fresnillo and Dukat mines, the top three primary silver-producing mines of last year.
Articles Tagged "Fresnillo"
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.
Silver – The silver market is reportedly in surplus and many miners are expecting to see supply increases.
Silver – Mineweb reported that Mexican silver miner Fresnillo Plc's board of directors has approved the feasability study for the development of the San Julián silver project, which is expected to cost around $500 million.