Copper prices have recovered slightly from early-week lows. However, the red metal has once again fallen victim to concerns over federal stimulus plans, sliding back from a nine-day high to $7,080.25 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange.
Taseko responds to federal request for information.
Copper prices took a fall after weak data emerged from China and the Eurozone.
Here is a look at what copper juniors were up to in October.
PolyMet Mining Corp. (TSX:POM,NYSEMKT:PLM) has completed and posted its supplemental draft Environmental Impact Statement to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, for the NorthMet Project.
PolyMet Mining Corp. (TSX:POM,NYSE:PLM) filed its financial results for the three months ended October 31, 2013 on SEDAR.
South American Silver Corp. (TSX:SAC,OTCQX:SOHAF) provided a corporate update, at the request of IIROC. The Company announced that there are no corporate developments to report.
Taseko (TSX:TKO,NYSEMKT:TGB) is applying for federal judicial review, seeking to set aside certain findings of a review panel report relating to its New Prosperity Gold-Copper Project environmental assessment.
Zincore Metals Inc. (TSX:ZNC) Vice President for Corporate Development, Adam Ho, spoke to Resource Investing News about the Accha Zinc Oxide District (AZOD) in Peru
Tarsis Resources (TSXV:TCC) President and CEO, Marc Blythe, spoke to Resource Investing News on the Company’s two important properties in Mexico, and explained the advantages of Tarsis operating under a prospect generator business model. “Buy low and sell high” is advice Mr. Blythe had for investors, along with taking a look at whether or not [...]
Discovery Harbour Resources Corp. (TSXV:DHR) President and CEO, Ian Graham, spoke with Resource Investing News on its flagship project, Wabassi, located in northern Ontario.
Panoro Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:PML) President and CEO, Luquman Shaheen, spoke to Resource Investing News on the Company's principal projects Cotabambas and Antilla, both located in Peru.
Positive data from the U.S. gave copper a much needed push.
Like gold and silver prices today, copper took a dive due to investor fears surrounding the future of the U.S. Federal Reserve's stimulus tapering.
Copper makes slow gains ahead of U.S. economic data.
Copper prices were down in London Nov. 26, with three-month copper falling $21.94 to $7,077.25 a tonne on the London Metal Exchange, Reuters reported.