Elder hurt in clash between Argentinian Indigenous community, police over mining project

Representatives from the Peñas Negras Indigenous community, in northwestern Argentina, clashed with heavily armed police officers who were escorting Elevado Gold personnel up the Alto de Salle hill, in the Catamarca province.

Outflows from gold ETFs slowed in March

Outflows from global physically backed gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) continued for a 10th month in March, but at a slower pace than in previous months as North American and Asian inflows cushioned European losses, the World Gold Council (WGC) said.

Westgold to buy Karora Resources in $808 million deal

Australia’s Westgold Resources said on Monday it had agreed to acquire Toronto-listed Karora Resources in a cash-and-stock deal worth about A$1.23 billion ($808.36 million), seeking its gold assets in Western Australia.

Iamgold pours first bullion at Côté project in Ontario

The Côté gold mine has poured its first doré bar as the project advances toward commercial production. The mine, located 125 km southwest of Timmins, Ontario, is owned 60% and operated by Iamgold (TSX: IMG; NYSE: IAG), 40% owned by Sumitomo Metals Mining.

Gold price hits another all-time high as Fed-fuelled rally continues

Gold continued its historic rally on Monday by setting another record high, as the latest US inflation data further boosted expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate cut this coming June.

Mag Silver shares surge on Juanicipio mine’s mineral resource update

Shares of MAG Silver rose on Thursday following the release of a new mineral resource estimate for the Juanicipio silver-gold-zinc-lead mine in the state of Zacatecas, Mexico.

Gold price heads for best month in over a year

Gold rose again on Thursday and is bound for its biggest monthly rise since November 2022 on the back of a blistering rally spurred by bets on US interest rate cuts and strong safe-haven demand.

Australia’s Ramelius ends buyout talks with Karora Resources

Australian gold miner Ramelius Resources Ltd said on Thursday it had ended discussions with Karora Resources for a potential acquisition of the Canada-based mine operator.

Canada watchdog says abuse likely occurred at a Dynasty Gold mine in China

Canada’s corporate ethics watchdog on Tuesday said it was likely that human rights abuses had occurred at a mine in China operated by Vancouver-based firm Dynasty Gold.

Commodities will rally when the Fed cuts rates, Invesco says

Commodities usually rally when central banks cut interest rates, bolstering the case for going long raw materials in the coming months, according to Invesco Ltd.

Macron looks to regulate illegal gold mining in French Guiana

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday the government is seeking to designate new regulated gold mining zones in its South American territory of French Guiana to combat illegal mining and its environmental consequences.

Newmont’s Akyem gold mine in Ghana draws Chinese interest

Newmont Corp. has kicked off the sale of its Akyem gold mine in Ghana, which is attracting interest from potential bidders including Chinese producers amid soaring prices for the metal, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Vista Gold updates Mt Todd feasibility, showing higher NPV

Vista Gold has released an updated feasibility study for its Mt Todd gold project in Northern Territory, Australia, to reflect the changes in project economics as well as long-term outlook on gold prices and USD/AUD exchange rates and the company’s new royalty deal.

Gold price extends loss as US inflation data reinforces Fed caution

Gold snapped nine days of record-breaking gains as underlying US inflation topped forecasts for a second month in February, reinforcing the Fed’s cautious approach to cutting interest rates.

Senegal opposition coalition promises new currency and revamp of oil contracts

A Senegalese opposition coalition backed by popular firebrand Ousmane Sonko launched its presidential campaign platform on Saturday with promises to create a new national currency and renegotiate mining and energy contracts.

Dubai’s gold shops take a hit as record prices deter buyers

The ever-higher prices reached by gold are turning Dubai’s traditional bazaar into more of a window-shopping experience.

Peru copper output seen growing to 3mt in 2024, minister says

Peru’s copper production should reach 3 million metric tons this year after hitting 2.76 million tons in 2023, energy and mining minister Romulo Mucho said in a news conference on Friday.

Polymetal shareholders approve sale of Russian assets

Shareholders of precious metals producer Polymetal International approved the sale of its Russian assets to a Siberian gold miner, the company said on Thursday.

China splurges on gold for a 16th month as price hits record

China’s central bank added gold to its reserves for a 16th straight month in February, extending a long buying spree that’s helped to support the precious metal’s surge to a record high.

O3 Mining wins 2024 PDAC Sustainable Development Award

Québec-focused gold junior O3 Mining (TSXV: OIII) has been named winner of the 2024 PDAC Award for Sustainable Development, considered one of the most prestigious recognitions in the Canadian exploration sector.

Gold price continues ascent to new highs, nears $2,150/oz

Gold continued its record-setting rally on Wednesday after the US Federal Reserve reiterated the possibility of an interest rate cut some time this year.

SSR to pay for cleanup at Turkish gold mine

The Turkish unit of SSR Mining Inc. will pay for all cleanup costs following a landslide at its Copler gold mine in eastern Turkey, a top government official said, without citing a specific figure.

Gold price flirts with new highs with market leaning towards June rate cut

Gold prices flirted with record highs on Monday as investors continue to bet on the safe-haven metal in anticipation of a US Federal Reserve interest rate cut this June.

BlackRock reduces stake in Polymetal International

US investment firm BlackRock has reduced its stake in precious metals producer Polymetal International to 7.45% from 9.91%, the gold and silver miner said on Friday.

Harmony Gold to pay record interim dividend, extend life of Mponeng mine

Harmony Gold, South Africa’s leading gold miner by volume, said on Wednesday it will spend 7.9 billion rand ($410 million) to extend the life of Mponeng, the world’s deepest gold mine.

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