When it comes to commodities, diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but governments aren’t as picky. With the recent posturing of the Mongolian government to rewrite the investment agreement with Ivanhoe Mines Ltd., investors are fearful that “resource nationalism” will make mining companies a losing bet.
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Gold – Ivanhoe Mines (TSE:IVN,NYSE:IVN,NASDAW:IVN) announced an update to the production potential of its Oyu Tolgoi project.
Gold – Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. (TSE:IVN,NYSE:IVN,NASDAQ:IVN) announced an update to operations and construction progress on the Oyu Tolgoi mining complex.
Moly – Ivanhoe Mines (TSE:IVN,NYSE:IVN,NASDAQ:IVN) announced an operational review and financial results for first quarter 2011.
Gold – Tocqueville Asset Management (and its founding principals) have been managing private wealth for more than 30 years, and investors of the Tocqueville Gold Fund (MUTF:TGLDX) have benefited from strong returns from the current portfolio manager who has been occupied with the fund’s stewardship since its inception in 1998.
Gold – In an exclusive interview with Gold Investing News, TD Precious Metals Fund managers Ari Levy and Chad Gilfillan explained some characteristics of the portfolio and how it is differentiated within the precious metals fund universe.
Copper – Despite copper's slide in price, the metal is holding ground compared to other commodities. Japan's reconstruction efforts are apt to boost metal demand in the medium term.
Moly – Many molybdenum firms benefited from higher prices for moly in 2010 as well as massive investments from moly hungry China. Backed by growing steel demand from the urbanization of China, moly prices rose from the abysmal $8 lows in 2008 up to $18 per pound in April 2010, prices have since settled to around $16 per pound.
Cobalt – The Sydney Morning Herald.com reports that Ivanhoe Australia (NYSE:IVN,TSE:IVN,ASX:IVA) has provided good news for the mining sector this week.
Coal – Not only does Mongolia host an impressive coal reserve, the land-locked country shares a border with China, the world’s largest coal consumer, as well as resource-hungry Russia.