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- Gold Summary for Oct. 30, 2014
Gold closed under $1,200 an ounce, sending Barrick to a 22-year low. Centerra's cash costs are much too high. Iamgold and Semafo brace for violence in Burkina Faso, and Reservoir Minerals rose slightly as its joint venturer resumed drilling in Serbia.
- Energy Summary for Oct. 30, 2014
Surge Energy defends its dividend. Parex Resources boosts reserves in Colombia. Canacol Energy arranges a $100-million (U.S.) note deal for investments in Latin America (quite possibly Mexico), and Petromanas Energy suspends drilling at a well in Albania.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 30, 2014
Larry Doan files a prospectus to list his first capital pool shell, Marching Moose Capital. Zip Dhanani proposes to roll back Wangton Capital 1:2, and Ron Schmeichel's Mira IV Capital is a busy trader.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 30, 2014
Kennady Diamonds has a few more long drill hits at its rich Kelvin kimberlite. Alto Ventures has wrapped up till sampling at Pikoo. Orbite Aluminae faces further delay. Lomiko Metals and Canada Strategic Metals have begun drilling La Loutre.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 29, 2014
Shane Doyle's Maple Leaf Resource plans to complete its acquisition of a numbered company by the end of the week. The shell will become an investment company targeting oil and gas royalties. Keir Reynolds's shell graduate, Mezzi Holdings, starts trading.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 29, 2014
Alamos Gold's Mexican margins are wearing increasingly thin. Michel Bouchard's once high-flying Clifton Star has one month to come up with $10-million for an option payment. Rasool Mohammad has something that delights him at La Ronge Gold.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 29, 2014
Diamond Fields International has a new mine plan for its old ML-111 marine licence off Namibia. Tres-Or Resources says drilling is still recommended for Guigues. Focus Graphite has a deal with local Indians for its Lac Knife graphite play in Quebec.
- Petaquilla sued over drill core storage bill
Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. is a defendant in a $110,947 lawsuit over the storage of many pallets of drill core. WestCoast Mineral Storage claims that the company has not paid its bill since November, 2012.
- IGM's Investors Group sued by body massage tenant
IGM Financial Inc.'s Investors Group is a defendant in a landlord-tenant lawsuit over body massages. A Coquitlam business complains that Investors Group, as its landlord, has unfairly prevented or restricted massages at its premises for years.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 28, 2014
Lachlan Star is trying to raise $5-million from Peter Babin, a former director. AuRico Gold hopes it can still build a $500-million gold mine north of Smithers, B.C. Sheldon Inwentash's Pinetree Capital continues to dump stock in low-priced juniors.
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- SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Brower Piven Encourages Investors Who Have Losses in Excess of $100,000 From Investment in American Realty Capital Properties Inc. to Contact Brower Piven Before the December 29, 2014 Lead Plaintiff Deadline in Class Action Lawsuit -- A
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- Anixter Receives 2014 Readers’ Choice Award from Control Design Magazine
- SHAREHOLDER ALERT: The Law Firm of Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Launches an Investigation into Possible Securities Laws Violations by the Board of Directors of Alcobra Ltd.
- DENSO Announces First-half Financial Results
- Rocket Fuel CEO George John Joins Ad Council Board of Directors
- AmeraMex International Provides Shareholder Update on $200 Million Agreement
- ITW Board of Directors Declare Quarterly Dividend
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- InnVest moves release of Q3 results to Nov. 5
InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust has moved the release date of its third-quarter results to Nov. 5 from Nov. 6. It has also rescheduled its conference call to Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. ET.
- Postmedia issues $140-million in subscription receipts
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has issued $140-million in debt subscription receipts. The subscription receipts will bear interest at 8.25 per cent per year and are exchangeable for the company's senior secured notes due 2017.
- Jazz directors Shearer, Butler resign
Jazz Resources Inc. directors Jo Shearer and Sean Butler have resigned.
- Wolfden drills 1.05 m of 105 g/t Ag at Tetagouche
Wolfden Resources Corp. has drilled 1.05 metres of 105 grams per tonne silver, 1.63 g/t gold and 4.76 per cent zinc at its Tetagouche property in New Brunswick. It has also drilled 0.79 metre of 138 g/t silver, 1.91 g/t gold and 6.35 per cent zinc.
- Rogers, Shaw's shomi signs content deal with BBC
Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc.'s shomi service has signed an exclusive content deal with BBC Worldwide North America. shomi will premiere A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories.
- PetroFrontier gets $2.97-mm (Australian) tax incentive
PetroFrontier Corp.'s subsidiary has received a $2,971,884 (Australian) tax incentive for research and development. Another subsidiary is seeking R&D tax incentive of up to $1.44-million (Australian).
- Sunset Cove Mining completes $148,500 private placement
Sunset Cove Mining Inc. has completed a $148,500 private placement of 2.97 million shares at five cents. President Lorne Woods and COO Marc Blais were subscribers in the financing.
- IIROC fines Fridgant for fake portfolio statements
Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada has fined Mark Fridgant $75,000 for providing fake portfolio statements to two sets of clients. Mr. Fridgant also received a permanent bar on his approval with IIROC and has to pay $50,000 in costs.
- TomaGold, Iamgold extend due dates on exploration work
TomaGold Corp. has extended the dates by which Iamgold Corp. must fulfill certain work commitments to earn a 50-per-cent interest in three Quebec projects. In exchange, Iamgold will spend $1-million more on exploration by the first anniversary date.
- Algoma receives Equinox exhaust system certification
Algoma Central Corp. has received certification for the exhaust gas scrubbing systems on its Equinox Class ships. The scrubber units apparently remove 97 per cent of sulphur oxide emissions.
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