Anglo American plc

HudBay explores BC find

Junior Eureka Resources (EUK-V) is awaiting the results of drilling carried out by Anglo American (AAUK-Q) affiliate Hudson Bay Exploration & Development on the Lottie Lake prospect in central British…


Dow awaits election results

Denver — The Dow Jones industrial average paused for the U.S. election, falling a mere 18.96 points, or 0.2%, to close at 10,952.18 for the week ended Nov. 7, while mining issues continued their desc…


Anglo drilling extends zone at Aripuana

Drilling by Anglo American (AAUK-Q) at the Aripuana property in Brazil has intersected a zone of zinc and lead sulphide mineralization in a stepout hole 160 metres northwest of the previously drilled …


Dow leaves miners behind

Denver — The Dow Jones industrial average bounded up 578.07 points, or 5.6%, during the report period ended Oct. 31, erasing losses from two weeks ago, though mining issues were mixed.Spot gold on th…


Falco has strong quarter Inco moves into the black

Higher metal prices and strong performances from its newest mines have propelled Falconbridge (FL-T) to a profitable first quarter.The company earned $109.5 million (or 60 per share) on revenue of $6…


Partners hit high-grade

Juniors Fort Knox Gold Resources (FNX-T) and Berland Resources (BNL-V) have discovered a new mineralized zone on the Watts River polymetallic property, about 50 km east of Snow Lake, Man.The partners …


Anglo launches program at Aripuna

A Brazilian subsidiary of Anglo American plans to spend US$850,000 on a first-phase exploration program at the Aripuna project, a joint venture with Karmin Exploration (KARM-C).Aripuna is viewed as An…


Anglo, Karmin ink Aripuana agreement

An agreement signed in mid-February will see properties held by Anglo American (AAUK-N) and Karmin Exploration (KARM-C) in the Aripuana area of Mato Grosso state, Brazil, combined into a single joint …



Conference promotes ‘African renaissance’

Despite low commodity prices and the political turmoil engulfing many African states, the mood at this year’s Investing in African Mining conference (also known as Indaba) was guardedly optimistic, as…


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