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Wed, Feb. 3, 5:33 PM
- Mining companies that have been hit hard by weakening Chinese demand surged the most in five months today, as a rally in metal prices signaled production cuts are starting to pay off, Bloomberg reports.
- Newmont Mining (NEM +11.3%), Freeport McMoRan (FCX +11.2%) and First Quantum Minerals (OTCPK:FQVLF +16.6%) all gained at least 11% today in leading the Bloomberg Americas Mining Index to a 7% surge and its biggest increase since August.
- Gold futures broke above their 200-day MA for the first time since October, and zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, lead and tin all gained, helped by the outlook for tighter supplies and a plunge in the dollar.
- In today's trade: ABX +8.8%, GG +10.2%, AEM +5.5%, SLW +8.7%, KGC +10.3%, NG +6.6%, AU +9.6%, FNV +7%, GFI +8.5%, HMY +5.1%, SBGL +6.1%, IAG +9.6%, GOLD +3.6%, EGO +8.3%.
- ETFs: GLD, GDX, NUGT, IAU, GGN, DUST, PHYS, SGOL, UGL, GLDX, DGP, GTU, GLL, JJC, UGLD, DZZ, DBB, SGDM, ASA, OUNZ, DGL, DGZ, RING, DGLD, JJN, PSAU, JJU, TGLDX, CPER, UBG, JJT, BOM, RJZ, BOS, FOIL
Tue, Jan. 26, 9:22 AM
Mon, Jan. 25, 9:14 AM
Fri, Jan. 15, 9:29 AM
Thu, Jan. 7, 6:38 PM
- Gold and silver miners are the lone rose growing in this week's stock market garbage heap, as the out-of-favor group responds to the highest gold prices in two months amid the flight to perceived safe havens.
- China’s move to devalue its currency at once stokes worries that growth in the world’s no. 2 economy is more sluggish than feared and that other Asian countries will retaliate with devaluations of their own to keep exports competitive, which could bode well for further gold price upside.
- This week's results so far for top precious metals miners: HMY +53.7%, ABX +18.4%, IAG +14.3%, AEM +14.1%, GFI +13.2%, AUY +12.9%, SBGL +12.8%, AU +11.2%, EGO +10.8%, GG +10.1%, KGC +9.9%, FNV +7.9%, GOLD +6.1%, NEM +4.9%, SLW +4.6%.
- ETFs: GDX, NUGT, GGN, DUST, SIL, GLDX, SGDM, ASA, SLVP, RING, PSAU, TGLDX, PICK, GDXS, GDXX
Dec. 28, 2015, 12:57 PM
- Much like oil/gas firms (hurt by fresh oil price declines), coal, gold, and silver miners are having a rough day. End-of-year tax and fund selling could be playing a role. Comex gold is down a moderate 0.6%, and Comex silver down 3.2%. The S&P is down 0.5%.
- Notable coal decliners: Peabody Energy (BTU -13.6%), Westmoreland Coal (WLB -6.4%), CONSOL Energy (CNX -9%), and Cloud Peak Energy (CLD -4%).
- Notable gold decliners: Goldcorp (GG -3.5%), Barrick Gold (ABX -3.1%), Newmont Mining (NEM -4%), Kinross Gold (KGC -3.8%), Gold Fields (GFI -6.7%), AngloGold Ashanti (AU -5%), Harmony Gold (HMY -6.5%), and Sibanye Gold (SBGL -4.2%).
- Notable silver decliners: Silver Wheaton (SLW -3.8%), Pan American Silver (PAAS -3.6%), First Majestic Silver (AG -6.9%), Tahoe Resources (TAHO -4.9%), and Coeur Mining (CDE -5.8%).
- ETFs: GLD, SLV, IAU, AGQ, PSLV, PHYS, USLV, SIVR, SGOL, ZSL, UGL, DGP, GTU, GLL, UGLD, DZZ, SLVO, GLDI, DSLV, OUNZ, DGL, DBS, DGZ, DGLD, USV, GEUR, UBG, GYEN, TONS, QGLDX
Dec. 17, 2015, 9:20 AM
Dec. 1, 2015, 5:34 PM
Nov. 20, 2015, 10:41 AM
- A Fed interest rate hike in December could knock back the price of gold to ~$1,000/oz., Gold Fields (GFI -3.1%) CEO Nick Holland tells Creamer Media after the company's share price soared 29% in Johannesburg for its best single day of trading since 1999.
- The uncertainty around a rate increase has played havoc with the gold price in recent weeks, but Holland says long-term fundamentals for gold remain positive, based on projections of inadequate supply; “It doesn’t matter what we do now as an industry, a supply fall-off is inevitable," the CEO says.
- "Is it three years of pain, four years, five years? We don’t know, but we’re in a long-term business and we can’t take decisions for one year,” Holland said after GFI reported improved Q3 earnings and higher net cash flow to cut net debt to 1.4x EBITDA.
- ETFs: GLD, IAU, PHYS, SGOL, UGL, DGP, GTU, GLL, UGLD, DZZ, OUNZ, DGL, DGZ, DGLD, AGOL, UBG
Nov. 19, 2015, 9:58 AM
- Gold Fields (GFI +18.5%) pops nearly 20% at the open after gaining the most in 16 years in Johannesburg, as the South African miner reports lower Q3 earnings and revenues Y/Y but much improvement in containing costs.
- GFI says cash outflows at its South Deep mine, the world’s second largest gold ore body, fell 26% to $20M in Q3 while production jumped 42% to more than 60K oz.; GFI says the project, which has been beset by delays, is on course to break even by the end of 2016, with all-in sustaining costs at ~$1,035/oz. this year vs. an Aug. 20 estimate of $1,055/oz.
- GFI says its Damang operation in Ghana is “challenged" amid lower bullion prices, so it is considering recapitalizing it to gain access to higher-grade ore or putting it on care and maintenance.
Nov. 19, 2015, 9:14 AM
Nov. 19, 2015, 5:38 AM
- Gold Fields (NYSE:GFI): Q3 EPS of $0.03
- Revenue of $635.1M (-9.2% Y/Y)
Nov. 6, 2015, 5:38 PM
Oct. 14, 2015, 2:26 PM
- Gold settles at three-and-a-half month highs, rallying $14.50 (+1.2%) to $1180/oz., as soft U.S. economic data and concerns over deflationary pressures in China add to expectations the Fed will delay any interest rate increases.
- Gold is gaining more ground in electronic trading after the Fed Beige Book release.
- The yellow metal's eighth gain in nine sessions has sent the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD +1.5%) past its 200-day moving average, and gold miners have ripped higher, as evidenced by this month's 18% gain in the Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX +5.6%).
- Top mining stocks including Barrick Gold (ABX +7.9%), Goldcorp (GG +8.5%), Kinross Gold (KGC +8.3%), Gold Fields (GFI +5.4%), Newmont Mining (NEM +5.4%), Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM +5.7%), Silver Wheaton (SLW +6.8%), Yamana Gold (AUY +6.7%), Franco Nevada (FNV +5%), Randgold (GOLD +4.8%) and AngloGold (AU +5.6%) are all sharply higher.
- Other ETFs: NUGT, AGQ, GGN, DUST, SIL, USLV, ZSL, UGL, GLDX, DGP, GLL, UGLD, DZZ, SLVO, GLDI, SGDM, DSLV, ASA, SLVP, DGL, DBS, DGZ, RING, DGLD, PSAU, USV, TGLDX, GEUR, UBG, GYEN
Sep. 16, 2015, 3:45 PM
- Newmont Mining's (NEM +5.8%) stock price target is lowered to $22 from $24 by RBC analysts on the back of downward revisions to base metal price assumptions, including a ~15% reduction to the firm's 2015-19 average copper price assumptions.
- NEM has significant leverage to copper prices through its Batu Hijau, Boddington and Phoenix mines, prompting the firm to reduce its EPS and cash flow/share estimates.
- But for today at least, shares of gold miners are surging, following gold prices higher as optimism grows that the Fed will not raise rates tomorrow: ABX +7%, KGC +9.2%, GG +5.3%, AEM +6.9%, GFI +3%, SBGL +2.4%, FNV +4.7%, NGD +7.1%, AUY +9.1%, IAG +7.6%, BTG +4.1%, EGO +9.7%, SLW +7.1%.
Sep. 11, 2015, 2:39 PM
- Canadian and South African gold stocks slide as prices for the precious metal capped a third straight week of losses and the imminent re-balancing of fund portfolios adds to investor concerns.
- Two gold ETFs run by Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF - GDX and GDXJ - are expected to announce upcoming re-balancing changes after the close; both ETFs are on pace to close at their lowest levels since their respective formations in 2006 and 2009.
- The Global X Silver Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:SIL) and PureFunds ISE Junior Silver ETF (NYSEARCA:SILJ) also are on pace for their record lows.
- KGC -3.2%, GG -0.5%, GFI -8.2%, AU -4.8%, BTG -5.2%, FNV -1.9%, EGO -0.2%, some of them paring larger earlier losses.
- Other ETFs: NUGT, GGN, DUST, SIL, JNUG, GLDX, JDST, SGDM, ASA, SLVP, SILJ, RING, JUNR, PSAU, TGLDX, SGDJ, GDJJ, GDXS, GDXX, GDJS
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