PolyMet Mining Corp. shares traded nearly 8% higher after the company reported it entered into a joint-venture deal with Teck Resources Ltd. to develop copper, nickel, cobalt and platinum group metals resources at the NorthMet and Mesaba properties in Minnesota.
This morning Newsletter Writer Bob Moriarty, after not writing about a mining a junior mining stock since early June, published an opinion piece on KRL Resources — and and came out with a buy recommendation on the junior.
The leftist president-elect of Colombia has promised to halt new gas and oil development. But the government has highlighted the importance of finding new forms of energy for the green transition, and one analyst says copper will play a big role in that future.
The test results bode well for the prefeasibility study of the Canadian explorer's past-producing project in Quebec's historical Val d'Or mining district, noted a Stifel report, and named it the cheapest company in its coverage universe. A Laurentian Bank Securities report called the company's most recent drill results "encouraging."
With four priority targets identified, Canadian explorer Golden Arrow Resources Corp. is conducting its initial exploration program at its newly acquired copper-gold-cobalt property, noted a Goldletter International bulletin, and also explains why it believes the company is undervalued.
The best place to look for a new mine is near an existing mine. One company exploring for silver, gold and base metals deposits on three different projects in southeastern Europe, is employing that strategy to its advantage as it lists on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
Could this aspiring junior have the next company-maker IOCG deposit on its hands? One junior explorer operating in Chile recently acquired 18,000 hectares between one giant copper mine and another massive development-stage project. Management thinks this could be another success story for a company with a history of turning little into lots.
Mining along the Iberian Peninsula has occurred for thousands of years. Today, one company is again exploring the Iberian Pyrite Belt as part of an effort to quickly build a resource and join the ranks of Spain’s metals producers.
Emerita Resources Corp. has an ambitious goal of completing 70,000 meters using six rigs at their Spanish project, and recent electromagnetic surveys indicate even greater potential than originally thought.