October was a busy month for silver juniors — if you think you may have missed a piece of news, now is your chance to catch up. Here's a look at some highlights from 11 silver juniors that made progress this past month.
Articles Tagged "NSX Silver"
As silver mining becomes more widespread and successful in Mexico, many companies are in the process of exploring new properties.
Steep losses have dragged silver into the bear camp.
NSX Silver (TSXV:NSY) Chairman and CEO, Hans Van Hoof spoke with the Investing News Network during PDAC 2013 in Toronto. NSX Silver went public just over a year ago and starting drilling at its main project - the Dios Padre project in Sonora, Mexico in 2012. NSX plans to carry out the second phase of its Dios Padre drill program in early summer 2013.
After losses last week prompted by one central bank — the Federal Reserve — silver gained on news from the ECB, another central bank.
NSX Silver (TSXV:NSY) completed its Phase 2 geochemical survey on the Oso Blanco II concession, located about 5 kilometers from the Company's Dios Padre Silver Project, covering the Huerigo Zone and other silver-lead-copper anomalies discovered during the Phase I geochemical survey. Phase 2 of the program delineated the Huerigo Zone in detail and confirmed the silver anomaly's internal consistency and intensity.
Silver shook off early week pressure to once again rise above the $34 level.
NSX Silver Inc. (TSXV:NSY) reported updates on the exploration programs at the Dios Padre and Oso Blanco silver projects located in Sonora State, Mexico.
Though silver flirted with the $29 level, it couldn't manage a close at or above it. Much market focus is on next week's events.