Iron – Northland Resources SA (TSX:NAU, OSLO:NAUR, FRANKFURT:NPK), iron ore concentrate producer, announced that it has received notice from the Toronto Stock Exchange, which states that TSX will de-list the company’s common shares effective March 18th, 2013 if it fails to meet the TSX requirements.
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Platinum – Reuters reported Ivanplats and other platinum miners are offering their shares through equity deals.
Uranium – Financial Post reported the Toronto stock market was little changed despite disappointing earnings reports from the resource sector.
Potash – Verde Potash plc (TSX:NPK) announced that it will begin trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on April 11, 2012.
Tantalum – Noventa Limited (LSE:NVTA,TSX:NTA) announced on Thursday it will voluntarily apply to delist from the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Foreign investors added C$7.9 billion worth of Canadian securities to their portfolios in September. While the pace of foreign investment has slowed, down from C$12.1 billion in July, Canada still remains an attractive place for foreign investors looking to invest in a mature economy. Here is a How To.
Iron – New Millennium Iron Corp. (TSXV:NML,TSX:NML) announced it has obtained conditional approval to list its common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Palladium – Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE:SWC) reports its common shares have been conditionally approved for listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Gold – Although the potential merger between the two companies that operate the Toronto Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange are within the infancy stages of discussion, the battle lines already appear to be drawn.
Gold – David Baines discusses the implications of the proposed merger between London and Toronto Stock Exchanges.