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- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Aug. 28, 2015
True North Gems is raising cash by selling another sliver of its Aappaluttoq ruby and sapphire mine. Latin American Minerals has a new board but may stick with Itapoty. Energizer Resources touts Molo graphite for battery uses.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 28, 2015
New Gold is about to have $550-million in working capital. Perseus Mining brings down its all-in cash costs by $400. Goldstrike investors await assays from the Yukon, and Treasury Metals hopes to build a gold mine in Ontario.
- Energy Summary for Aug. 28, 2015
Oil has another good day. Mart Resources says it will be just fine, thank you, despite its cancelled takeover. Tethys Petroleum receives another, even lower non-binding bid from Nostrum Oil, and Primeline Energy extends its takeover deadline.
- Shell Summary for Aug. 27, 2015
Sean Caulfeild's capital pool shell, Maestro Capital, plans a QT with a mortgage company, Westbridge Structured Mortgage. James Paterson's shell graduate, Decisive Dividend, increases its dividend.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Aug. 27, 2015
Kennady Diamonds got an acceptable grade and some promotably large gems in its Kelvin mini-bulk sample. Strike Diamond has let go of Wildcat Exploration. Northern Uranium touts Manitoba radioactivity. Largo Resources is making progress at Maracas.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 27, 2015
Goldcorp buys New Gold's 30 per cent of El Morro and then creates a joint venture with Teck Resources in Chile. Minera IRL shareholders do not re-elect Daryl Hodges. Solvista Gold awaits assays in Manitoba, and Midland has samples from Quebec.
- Energy Summary for Aug. 27, 2015
Oil enjoys its best one-day rally in years. Mart Resources cancels its takeover and cuts ties with its ex-CEO, who (for unrelated reasons) is reportedly going to jail. Twin Butte's CEO buys shares, and Leucrotta Exploration scales back its drill plan.
- SEC target Korchevsky freed on $2-million (U.S.) bond
SEC target Vitaly Korchevsky has won his release from jail on a $2-million (U.S.) bond. Prosecutors claim he made $17-million (U.S.) from a scheme in which hackers stole unpublished news from wire services.
- SEC's Norstra targets Dany, Landry deny wrongdoing
SEC targets Eric Dany and Glen Landry deny they did anything wrong in the promotion of Norstra Energy Inc. The SEC claims they vastly overstated Norstra's potential as it went to a $2.06 (U.S.) high in 2013.
- Shell Summary for Aug. 26, 2015
Peter Hinam's halted capital pool shell, Turquoise Capital, plans to acquire David Loban's Vigil Technologies, a surveillance and security company, as its QT. The shell will close a $2-million private placement at 35 cents in connection with completing the deal.
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