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Mineweb Top Stories : Gold Reserve files $1.9bn claim against Chavez Administration for Las Brisas. Sept.29th., 2010
The growing plethora of arbitration claims against the administration of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez now includes Gold Reserve's quest for compensation for the loss of its Las Brisas gold project. Wednesday , 29 Sep 2010
African uranium explorer NGM Resources, unhappy about the change of heart of fellow Australian Paladin will apply the Takeovers Panel to challenge the validity of Paladin's withdrawal of a takeover bid. Wednesday , 29 Sep 2010
Despite poor performance from Hidden Valley, the group performance in the growing Newcrest Mining Ltd gold and copper empire was described as strong including record output in 2009/10 by Telfer and Gosowong. Tuesday , 28 Sep 2010
Delegates at a gold industry conference not only forecast gold would continue to move higher in the next 12 months but also continued weakness in the dollar and rising US inflation Wednesday , 29 Sep 2010
The junior gold explorer said it has received the environmental permit from the Guyanese Environmental Protection Agency, an essential requirement for the approval of its final mining licence Tuesday , 28 Sep 2010
"Whether we hit that $1,800 or $2,000 target this year or next year really doesn't matter. You're running a bull market and what people have to focus on is continue to accumulate gold because it's still relatively cheap"
Investment demand for silver has increased dramatically but it is its industrial uses that are possibly more interesting as the metal increasingly becomes a leading barometer for economic growth says, Blue Phoenix's John Licata
Fred Imbert, John Melloy,Sam Meredith 4-6 minutes - Source CNBC U.S. stock index futures were slightly lower Thursday morning, as investors closely monitor the status of high-level trade talks between the world’s two largest economies. Around 5:50 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a negative open of more than 50 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were marginally lower. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments after a slew of conflicting reports around Thursday’s U.S.-China trade talks sent investors for a wild ride. The initial report that hit futures came from the South China Morning Post, which said the U.S. and China made no progress in deputy-level trade talks this week. The report added that higher-level talks with China’s Vice Premier Liu He would now be only one day, with the China delegation planning to leave Washington on Thursday instead of Friday as scheduled. The issue of forced technology t
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL previous Questions Swirl Around World Cup Crime Report June 11, 2010, 10:21 PM HKT Geeks in China, South Korea Fight ‘69 Holy War’ Much has been said about South Korean anger toward Beijing over China’s failure to make a timely expression of condolences for those killed in the Cheonan sinking, and its reluctance to accept the results of an international report that found Chinese ally North Korea responsible for the deadly incident. (See links here , here and here ). Reuters South Korean band Super Junior But the real battle between South Korea and China is being fought far from the halls of power in either Seoul or Beijing, and has nothing to do with the Hermit Kingdom. In what’s being called “69 Holy War” (more on that later), computer geeks on both sides of the Yellow Sea have been trading barbs and hack attacks for more than a week in an escalating cyberwar triggered by a boy
MarketWatch's top stories of the week By MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks had a roller coaster end to the week, falling enough on Friday to undo healthy gains from earlier in the week. The main driver in the market has been earnings and even though a lot of companies are beating analyst expectations with ease, very few are reporting results that show any true strength. Friday, a lot of the decline was attributed to a drop in oil and other commodities, which was triggered by a rise in the dollar. Stocks in the energy, materials and industrials sectors led the way lower. On Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ( .DJI ) fell 109.13 points or 1.1% to close at 9,972.18. For the week the index fell 0.2%. The Nasdaq Composite Index ( .COMP ) dropped 10.82 points or 0.5% to close at 2,154.47 on Friday and logged a weekly decline of 0.1%. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 Index ( .SPX ) fell 13.31 points or 1.2% on the day to close at 1,079.60 fo