Gold – Alamos Gold Inc. (TSX:AGI,NYSE:AGI) announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2013 as well as for the year as a whole, commenting that during 2013 it sold a record 198,198 ounces of gold at an average realized price of $1,424 per ounce for revenues of $282.2 million.
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Gold – Alacer Gold Corp. (TSX:ASR,ASX:AQG) yesterday announced preliminary Q4 2013 results for its Turkey-based Copler gold mine. The company also released its results for the entirety of 2013, commenting that it put out a record 216,850 attributable ounces of gold in 2013, 44 percent higher than its 2012 total.
Silver – Silver took a steep drop on Tuesday, and unfortunately for fans of the white metal, some analysts believe that any rallies it manages will fade.
Silver – Silver broke above $20 on Thursday as news surfaced that Turkey imported 41.6 metric tons of silver in December.
Silver – Bloomberg reported that in December, Turkey imported 41.6 metric tons (MT) of silver, the largest amount since at least 1999. For the whole of 2013, the country brought in 227.8 MT of the metal, a 60-percent increase from 2012 and much higher than the 42.1 MT it imported in 2011.
Gold – Ariana Resources plc (LSE:AAU) is updating investors its recent exploration programme across the Red Rabbit Joint Venture project area in Western Turkey.
Copper – Columbus Copper Corp. (TSXV:CCU) provided the results of the 2013 drilling program at its Karapinar copper-moly project, located in Turkey, noting that drill hole KDH028 inlcudes 31.2 meters of 0.45-percent copper and 0.08 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from 269 meters, 9 meters of 0.48-percent copper and 0.06 g/t gold from 312.5 meters and 68 meters of 0.36-percent copper and 0.08 g/t gold from 379 meters.
Oil – Bloomberg reported that two people familiar with the matter said the Kurdish government of Iraq has signed an agreement with Turkey to supply it directly with oil.
Zinc – Mining Weekly reported that Aldridge Minerals reported robust metrics for its Turkish Yenipazar project, which is expected to produce 56.3million pounds of zinc annually.
Oil – Boasting a similar geological structure to that of the Woodford and Eagle Ford shales in the US, Turkey's Dadas Shale has the size and potential to ignite the country's energy sector.