8th Annual Mines and Money Hong Kong 2015
Mines and Money Hong Kong, the leading Pan-Asian mining investment event, is on again and will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 23 to 27 March 2015, with Keynote speakers such as Robert Friedland (Ivanhoe), Nev Power (Fortescue Metals Group), Doug Casey (Casey Research), Donald Lindsay (Teck Resources), Mickey Fulp (The Mercenary Geologist), Marshall Auerback (Pinetree Capital), Ned Goodman (Dundee Corporation and Goodman & Company) and Jaffe Lau (General Nice).
US stocks have fallen for a second day after a run that saw new Dow and S&P records and a 15-year high for the Nasdaq. Dull data on private business hiring and service sector growth, and a so-so Beige Book economic survey from the Federal Reserve kept traders cautious, with eyes now on Friday's official jobs market report for February, and the European Central Bank meeting Thursday. At the close on Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 106.47 points (0.58 per cent) at 18,096.90. The broad-based S&P 500 fell 9.25 (0.44 per cent) to 2,098.53, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite dropped 12.76 (0.26 per cent) to 4,967.14.More >
In February 2015, Tanami Gold (TAM) announced two separate and competing joint venture agreements with Metals X (MLX) and Northern Star (NST) for the Central Tanami Project (CTP). Whilst the outcome of the project JV remains uncertain, both MLX and NST have the balance sheet and technical capability to take the project forward. The Tanami region remains one of the final frontiers in Australia where the discovery of shallow, multi-million ounce gold deposits are still possible. Companies active in the region cover the entire spectrum from international majors to junior explorers. Argonaut sees the potential for further consolidation in the region.More >