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Kootenay reiterated in Wednesday’s release that its plan is still to complete a maiden NI 43-101 resource calculation for La Negra. Its next step will be to interpret, compile and collate Phase II results into a 3D geologic model; that will then be used to design the next phase of drilling.
Great Panther Silver Ltd. (TSX:GPR,NYSEMKT:GPL) announced that it’s signed a two-year option agreement with Nyrstar NV (EBR:NYR) under which it can acquire a 100-percent interest in the Peru-based Coricancha mine complex.
iNVEZZ.com reported that on Thursday silver “broke out of a 4+ year downtrend,” rising above the $16.80- to $17-per-ounce level. The news outlet states that if the white metal is able to stay around $17, it could very well rise “to the $20 level very quickly.”
Mines Management Inc. (TSX:MGT,NYSEMKT:MGN) provided an update on a commission appointed by the Federal District Court for the District of Montana to determine fair compensation for the company’s easements across various unpatented mineral claims near the Montanore silver-copper project.
Kootenay Silver Inc. (TSXV:KTN) announced that it’s entered an option agreement via its Mexican subsidiary. The agreement is with a subsidiary of AuRico Gold Inc. (TSX:AUQ), and it will allow the AuRico subsidiary to earn up to a 100-percent interest in Kootenay’s Mexico-based San Diego property.
Endeavour Silver enjoyed a modest share price boost Tuesday following the release of a preliminary economic assessment for its Terronera project. It ended the day up $2.58, or 3.61 percent, on the TSX and up $2.16, or 4.85 percent, on the NYSE.
Resource Investing News recently spoke with Andrew Leyland of Thomson Reuters GFMS. His thoughts on silver demand from the solar industry are particularly interesting, especially in light of an article published Monday by The Telegraph.
The Bullion Desk reported that HSBC has lowered its 2015 silver price forecast due to weak investor sentiment. The bank now sees the white metal averaging $17.05 per ounce this year, down from its previous forecast of $17.65.