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Mickey Fulp: A Hopeful Optimist in Today’s Markets

At this year’s Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference, Investing News Network spoke with Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp, who is hopefully optimistic in today’s resource market.

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Freeport’s Grasberg Still Not at Full Capacity

Following disputes over tough new mineral export regulations earlier this year, Freeport McMoRan's (NYSE:FCX) Grasberg mine is still at just 80 percent capacity. The company has also run into disruptions regarding workers safety concerns at its Indonesia operations.

Superior Copper Drills 8.27 Meters of 1.18 Percent Copper

Superior Copper (TSXV:SPC) reported the latest drill results from the summer program at its Superior project in Ontario. Visible copper sulphide mineralization was reported for Diamond drill hole SPC-14-07, which also returned anamolous copper over a width of 57.12 meters.

Panoro Minerals Gives Third Quarter Update, Highlights Private Placement

Panoro Minerals (TSXV:PML) released its third quarter results on Wednesday highlighting the completion of a bought deal and private placement in July, raising $5.9 million. The company also highlighted the start of a preliminary economic assesments on both its Cotabambas and Antilla project in Peru this summer.

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Chinese Smelters Offering Lower Term Export Premiums for 2015

Reuters reported that large copper smelters in China have lowered their export premiums for refined copper by 7.3 percent compared to 2014 rates. The cut follows the lowering of premiums by Chile's Codelco.

Copper Slips on China Demand Concerns

Copper fell 0.31 percent to trade at $6,654 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange today, according to Reuters.

Peru Government Rules Antamina Strike Illegal

A ten day strike at Peru's Antamina Copper Mine - jointly owned by BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP,ASX:BHP,LSE:BLT) (33.75 percent), Glencore Xstrata (LSE:GLEN) (33.75 percent), Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B,NYSE:TCK) (22.5 percent) and Mitsubishi (TSE:8058) (10 percent) - has been ruled illegal by Peru's government, according to Reuters.

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