There’s always a lot of buzz surrounding the precious metals space, and May was no different. Here the Investing News Network looks at the five top precious metals articles for the month of May, summarizing them for those who may have missed them the first time around.
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Worldwide silver production increased in 2014 despite reduced demand across several industries. Here’s a look at the 10 countries that produced the most of the metal last year.
NGEx Resources announced results from the first eight reverse-circulation drill holes on the Filo del Sol high-sulfidation/copper-gold-silver porphyry project in Argentina.
Comstock Mining (NYSEMKT:LODE) holds a massive 8,300 acre, contiguous land position in the epithermal, bonanza-grade mining district of Comstock. Its first two resource areas, Lucerne and Dayton, hold approximately 3.25 million gold equivalent ounces in all categories, measured, indicated and inferred.
In 2014, Kootenay Silver announced the discovery of a new, previously unidentified silver deposit at the La Negra prospect in Sonora, Mexico. Geologist Wayne Hewgill weighs in.
Chris Thompson of Raymond James argues that the relative stability now characterizing the market permits investors to make informed decisions about which companies can build value and demonstrate cash flows at today’s prices.
The list of the 2013 top producing silver companies has been released by the Silver Institute.
Geopolitical concerns, including the situation in Ukraine and labor tensions in South Africa, pushed silver to a one-month high today.
Thus far this week silver has managed to keep its head above $21, even in the face of news that the US Federal Reserve may raise interest rates sooner than previously expected.
Zazu Metals Corporation (TSXV:ZAZ) is a Canadian-based exploration company which is focused on acquiring and developing base metal properties. They hold a 50 percent interest in the Lik Project, a joint venture with Teck Resources Limited. Zazu is the operating partner, and automatically earns an 80 percent interest if expenditure commitments are met by 2018. The Lik property is one of the largest undeveloped zinc deposits in the west and is located in the mining-friendly state of Alaska.