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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 22, 2016
Dominion Diamond's directors are feeling some mild heat from shareholders. Clean Commodities is pursuing Athabasca gems. Spearmint Resources has two Nevada lithium plays, apparently the ones recently touted by Matica Resources.
- Gold Summary for July 22, 2016
Rosita Mining has raised $850,000 for more work at its Santa Rita stockpile play in Nicaragua. American Creek Resources and Tudor Gold are expanding their drill plan for Electrum in northwestern British Columbia. Calibre Mining plans more drilling at Siuna in Nicaragua.
- Shell Summary for July 22, 2016
Conrad Clemiss's shell, Apple Capital, has closed its acquisition of tech firm YDreams Brasil. Today it began trading as YDreams Global. Luke Norman's capital pool shell, BRS Ventures, has received conditional TSX-V approval for its B.C. gold mining QT.
- Energy Summary for July 22, 2016
A "milestone moment" for Husky Energy is clouded by news of a pipeline spill into a river. Surge Energy meets its year-end production target early. Ithaca Energy gets a nod from Moody's, and Blackbird Energy wings up after wooing investors in Toronto.
- SEC looks to ban Clozza, cites "egregious" conduct
The SEC has asked a judge to permanently ban Vancouver's Dan Clozza for the Forum National Investments Ltd. manipulation. The regulator says that his "egregious and recurrent" conduct warrants such a sanction.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 21, 2016
Arctic Star Exploration has acquired a new diamond play in northwestern Saskatchewan. Lucara Diamond will please shareholders with a special dividend. Noram Ventures has promotable lithium assays from Nevada. Lithium X Energy is working on a resource estimate.
- Gold Summary for July 21, 2016
NuLegacy Gold has received the tip of its 2016 assay results from the Iceberg project in Nevada. Independence Gold has begun drilling at its Boulevard and Rosebute projects in Yukon. Alacer Gold has encouraging assays from its Copler district project in Turkey.
- Shell Summary for July 21, 2016
Ian Burns's capital pool shell, Montreux Capital, plans to acquire a Colorado medical device company for its QT. The target is called Assure Neuromonitoring and is controlled by spinal implant distributor Preston Parsons and xylitol distributor Matt Willer.
- Energy Summary for July 21, 2016
EnCana raises its 2016 guidance on the back of better-than-forecast second quarter results. Raging River raises its 2016 guidance, mulls its 2017 guidance and takes over Rock Energy. Bankers Petroleum faces another delay to its proposed takeover.
- BCSC-banned Briner looking at $280,000 (U.S.) fine
BCSC-banned lawyer John Briner is facing a $280,000 (U.S.) fine and a permanent ban in a CFTC case. The regulator claims that he helped a California man carry out 1,284 prearranged futures trades.
- Energy Summary for July 20, 2016
Bellatrix Exploration's shareholders are less than enthused about its latest plan to reduce debt. Madalena Energy says goodbye to more executives. Yoho Resources plans to go private, and Painted Pony finishes a gas plant weeks ahead of schedule.
- Shell Summary for July 20, 2016
David Patterson and Colin Watt's capital pool shell, Oakham Capital, plans to acquire Stephen Dattels's Lithium S Corp. for its QT. The target has no lithium projects yet, but it is looking into potential acquisitions in Argentina. Shell graduate Neo Lithium begins trading.
- Gold Summary for July 20, 2016
Victoria Gold has drilled more gold at Olive-Shamrock, on its Yukon-based Dublin Gulch project. Rupert Resources has drilled high-grade gold in northern Finland. Integra Gold is encouraged with its latest assays from Lamaque South.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 20, 2016
Shore Gold has wrapped up core drilling ahead of a feasibility study update at its Star-Orion South project. Alix Resources has drill permits for its Jackson lithium project in Ontario. Now it needs the cash. American Lithium has drilled Fish Lake.
- SEC target Kirk accepts ban, $6.23-million (U.S.) fine
SEC target Benjamin Kirk has agreed to pay $6.23-million (U.S.) and to serve a permanent penny stock ban. The SEC claimed that he was the architect of an $11-million (U.S.) pump-and-dump that touted two pink sheets listings.
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