- Shell Summary for March 10, 2014
Toby Pierce's Crest Petroleum plans to buy a rig rental business in Texas as its QT. AltaCorp Capital will handle a $4-million private placement for the deal.
- Gold Summary for March 10, 2014
Kaminak Gold arranges a $10-million bought deal for Coffee. Mexicans occupy Great Panther's Guanajuato silver mine. Cerro Grande struggles to produce gold high in the Chilean mountains.
- Energy Summary for March 10, 2014
DeeThree Exploration has increased its reserves fivefold in two years. Crew Energy and NuVista Energy release some of their best results in the Montney. Hyperion Exploration enjoys a curious rise, and Quakers in Philadelphia protest against Keystone XL.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 10, 2014
Shareholders of Pangolin Diamonds are pleased with their directors; less so with their lack of news. Debut Diamonds needs cash for MacFadyen. Wolfden Resources is raising cash and Nouveau Monde Mining Enterprises is picking up a new graphite play.
- Abzu defends firing of ex-CEO Price
Abzu Gold Ltd. says it fired its former CEO, David Price, after he tried to mislead its compensation committee into approving a new employment agreement. He told the committee that an influential shareholder had approved the agreement, Abzu claims.
- Shell Summary for March 7, 2014
Tweed Inc., the QT target of LW Capital, and the first public pot shop, has had little trouble rounding up high-profile Toronto investors for its company. Murray Sinclair and Brian Bayley's Nebo Capital cancels its QT and will transfer to the NEX.
- Gold Summary for March 7, 2014
Timmins Gold doubles its mine life in Mexico. Magellan Minerals welcomes Ross Beaty as joint venturer. Global Resources Investment Trust finally list on the LSE, and Tirex Resources and Anglo Swiss hope to have over $5-million shortly.
- IIROC reaches $60,000 settlement with Dickson
IIROC has imposed a $60,000 fine and a five-year supervisory ban on Gordon Dickson, the former manager of Canaccord Genuity Corp.'s Kelowna office. His branch put clients into unsuitable mining investments and risky options.
- Energy Summary for March 7, 2014
Penn West pleases the market despite posting a higher-than-expected loss. Ottawa approves Talisman Energy's $1.5-billion Montney sale. Bellatrix Exploration increases its reserves, and Touchstone Exploration and Petrobank Energy agree to combine.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 7, 2014
Shore Gold lists another billion tonnes of kimberlite as a target for further exploration but needs $2-billion to mine what it already has. Durango Resources is cutting back but remains high on graphite. American Vanadium needs a new CEO.
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Stockwatch US Headlines
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- Mylan Launches Naloxone Hydrochloride Injection
- Advantage Clarifies Phase VII Guidance Table
- Prudential white paper examines key financial planning considerations for same-sex couples in wake of Windsor decision
- Mylan Introduces Critical Care Segment in India
- Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services Announces Industry-Unique "Refund Or Reflight" Program
- U.S. Navy Awards General Dynamics $57 Million for USS Minnesota Maintenance and Modernization
- Lisa M. Cregan Named Mid-Atlantic Regional Director For Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
- First Industrial Realty Trust Announces Annual Meeting of Stockholders and Record Date
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- Anfield Resources arranges $713,300 financing
Anfield Resources Inc. intends to raise $713,300 by selling 1.42 million units at 50 cents. It will use the money for exploration and working capital. The company has also closed its $640,100 financing, issuing 2.3 million units at 27 cents.
- IIROC seeks comments on lower capital requirements
Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is requesting comments on proposed lower minimum capital requirements for qualified members. It will take comments until July 9, 2014.
- Tree Island Steel loses $655,000 in 2013
Tree Island Steel Ltd. lost $655,000 on revenues of $153.43-million in the year ended Dec. 31, 2013. The company earned $10.37-million on revenues of $146.23-million in the prior year.
- Macro Enterprises to release 2013 results March 12
Macro Enterprises Inc. will release its financial results for 2013 on Wednesday, March 12. It will hold a conference call on the following day at 8 a.m. PT to discuss the results.
- Red Hut Metals halted at 11:34 a.m. PT
Red Hut Metals Inc. has been halted at 11:34 a.m. PT on March 11, 2014, at the request of the company, pending news.
- Ten Peaks to release 2013 results, hold call March 13
Ten Peaks Coffee Company Inc. will release its financial results for 2013 on Thursday, March 13. It will hold a conference call on the same day at 5:30 p.m. ET to discuss the results.
- Merrex Gold begins drilling Siribaya
Merrex Gold Inc. has begun drilling at the Siribaya project in Mali. Iamgold is financing the $1.75-million (U.S.) program, which includes 30,250 metres of drilling.
- Corus's ABC Spark advertises summer 2014 schedule
Corus Entertainment Inc.'s ABC Spark has released its schedule for the summer of 2014. The channel will also premiere three new series: Chasing Life, Young & Hungry and Mystery Girls.
- Patheon completes go-private deal
Patheon Inc. has completed its going-private transaction by selling all its shares to JLL/Delta Patheon Holdings LP at $9.32 (U.S.) each. It expects to delist from the TSX shortly.
- RDX Tech rebuts "vindictive" defamation claim by GEM
RDX Technologies Corp. is calling GEM's latest defamation claim against the company "an act of desperation." RDX plans to file a motion to dismiss the claim, as well as others that are awaiting court decision.
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