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    A Market For Chrome

    September 1, 2009 by Mining Markets staff

    Noront Resources (NOT-V) president and CEO Wes Hanson says the global ferrochrome market is somewhere around 17 million tonnes, while his predecessor and Noront director, Joe Hamilton, believes it’s c…

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    Chrome

    September 1, 2009 by Mining Markets staff

    If Las Vegas odds makers were handicapping the field to determine who will be first past the post in the ‘Ring of Fire’ Chromite Derby, Noront Resources (NOT-T) would be the surefire front-runner; Fre…

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    When In Chrome

    September 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester

    A Brief History

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    Where To Stash Your Cash

    September 1, 2009 by John Kaiser

    How do you value a gold company whose primary project has millions of ounces in the ground, particularly when the project faces a raft of challenges that range from permitting obstacles to marginal ec…

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    Letters To The Editor

    September 1, 2009 by Mining Markets staff

    Dickenson Miners Fully Functional

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    Beauty, Warts And A Beast

    September 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester

    Gold topped US$1,000 per ounce on Sept. 8, teasing us briefly before sliding below that psychological ceiling by the time trading ended on the New York Mercantile Exchange. For gold bugs, it was like …

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    A Good Time To Buy…Silver

    June 1, 2009 by Theodore Butler, Special To Mining Markets

    I’ve just learned something about silver that I was vaguely familiar with. When I shared it with my mentor, Izzy Friedman, the person who first got me interested in silver, he called it a bombshell.

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    The Super Seven

    June 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester

    The seven dynamos we feature here have some of the brightest minds in the mining business. They are very different men but each is driven, opportunistic, well educated, well-connected, passionate, ove…

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    Believing in the Bear market necessities

    June 1, 2009 by Virginia Heffernan, Special To Mining Markets

    Eric Sprott is a fan of Malcolm Gladwell. He likes the journalist’s theories on why certain people succeed while others never reach their potential. The difference -according to Gladwell’s latest book…

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    Ounces in the Ground, Part 1

    June 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester, Mining Markets and John Kaiser, Special To Mining Markets

    Eastern Canada hosts and has hosted some of the world’s great gold mines. Names like Hollinger, McIntyre, Campbell-Red Lake, Hemlo, LaRonde, Malartic, and Sigma-Lamaque have launched companies, career…

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    Out For A Run

    June 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester, bsylvester@northernminer.com

    When I wrote to you in late February, gold was about US$950 per oz. After a dip south of US$900, gold is back at US$956 per oz. and seems to have little momentum toward breaching the US$1,000-per-oz. …

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    The Best 25 Gold Miners In The World

    March 1, 2009 by Brian Sylvester

    Here it is: Mining Markets’ first annual list of The World’s Top 25 Gold Companies.