Gold buying by central banks, an important driver of bullion’s advance in recent years, is forecast to pick up in 2021 after a slowdown this year.
Ranjeetha Pakiam and Elena Mazneva
Federal Court dismisses action by Habrok Mining to have deed of company arrangement set aside and place company into liquidation.
SPINIFEX: Will Belbin-led Goldfields exploration play looks to cash in on positive sentiment around gold and nickel.
SPINIFEX Stuart McKinnon
Cash is flooding the junior gold sector amid record prices and upbeat sentiment for the precious metal, but how can investors make sure their dollars are being well spent?
Gold’s slump this week is forcing investors to ask whether the haven asset is taking a breather or facing an even sharper decline.
A rush for safe-haven assets during the pandemic has driven WA’s Gold Corporation to a record profit as investors stuff more precious metals and coins into Perth Mint’s vaults.
The precious metal rally has shown signs of stalling in recent weeks, with a resilient dollar and concern over whether the US will push through additional stimulus.
Yvonne Yue Li
Skyrocketing gold is providing a welcome windfall but it’s also attracting a broader base of investors who are demanding greater attention to environmental, social and governance issues.
Steven Frank, Yvonne Yue Li and Felix Njini
Chinese backed company settles forfeiture applications with Goldfields prospectors, clearing a path for the development of two projects.
The head of the world’s biggest gold producer sees the price of the precious metal remaining ‘elevated’ as governments continue pandemic stimulus spending.
The contractor has been named preferred mining tenderer for the 1.25 million-ounce venture near Marble Bar.
New gold producer provides much anticipated guidance on first payout to shareholders.
Red 5’s bid to propel itself into the realms of Australia’s mid-tier goldminers has received a shot in the arm with a detailed plan for a standalone plant at its King of The Hills mine.
Major shareholder DGO Gold will tip $12m into the raising after seeking its own cash for other exploration projects.
The miner has long argued its 30 per cent stake in the rich WA mine is not fully valued by investors.
A preliminary report into the tragedy found contractor Michael Johnson died after falling 25m while building a safety barrier near the edge of an open void at Dervish.
The fight for the Ghana-focused gold play has reached fever pitch with another improved offer.
Nordgold has lobbed a vastly improved offer for the Perth-based gold play, casting doubt on a deal already in train with China’s Shandong Gold.
The owners of an advanced Ravensthorpe project are among a host of players in WA’s junior gold space preparing to make their market debut.
Production from Australia’s gold sector hit a record 328t last financial year as prices approached a record.
A soaring gold price means the Perth Mint is making a huge amount of money but a series of public relations scandals will take a bit of the shine off its financial result.
Copper miner posts record operating results from flagship DeGrussa mine but profit is weighed down by depreciation, amortisation and impairment charges.
Multi-commodity miner eyes growth from exploration as well as disciplined M&A
The miner is toasting a ‘lovely set of numbers’ that saw it deliver record profits and a dividend splurge for its shareholders.
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