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  1. Most actively traded companies on the TSXRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lifestyles

    Teranga Gold Corp. . Miner. Up four cents, or 5.26 per cent, to 80 cents on 55.9 million shares.

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  2. Russian Sanctions 'Putin' Pressure On Uranium SupplyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Safehaven

    Spot uranium price rebounding strong over the past few weeks, rallying more than $3 per lb or more than 10% in a short timespan. End users such as the nuclear utilities with deep pockets need safe and secure long term supplies from stabile jurisdictions.

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  3. Most actively traded companies on the TSXRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News

    Teranga Gold Corp. . Miner. Up four cents, or 5.26 per cent, to 80 cents on 55.9 million shares.

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  4. Lundin Mining: A True Winner Of The Nickel Bull RunRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    The Eagle Mine will start production next quarter and it will be the first U.S. primary nickel producing mine. The Eagle Mine is a high grade nickel-copper deposit with cash costs of $2/lb of nickel.

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  5. Rio Tinto Is A Good Stock To HoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Rio's cash position is strengthening quarter over quarter which reduces any potential risk to its balance sheet and returns. The metals and minerals industry has been experiencing problems in generating growth in sales and earnings over the past two years due to the volatility in the commodities prices.

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  6. London close: FTSE ends with modest gains after Scottish vote, Salmond quitsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Live Charts

    London-listed stocks ended the final session of the week with decent gains, although the final figure was notably lower than the level seen earlier in the day following the Scottish referendum result. Some 55.3% of Scots voted 'no' to independence from the UK while 44.7% voted 'yes', erasing concerns about a break-up which has weighed heavily on market sentiment in recent weeks.

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  7. Commodities Today: Nigerian Oil & Iron Ore Markets Drawing AttentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Update readers on our call for gold to test $1,200/ounce and how close that call is to becoming true. Everyone is focused on technology companies right now with the big IPO at the NYSE, but we are still focused on the weakness in commodities markets.

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  8. FTSE 100 movers: RBS rises strongly after referendum resultRead the original story

    Yesterday | Live Charts

    Royal Bank of Scotland made strong gains following the announcement of the referendum on Scottish independence. SSE, Standard Life and Lloyds were all higher for the same reason.

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  9. Rio Tinto plc Given Consensus Rating of "Buy" by BrokeragesRead the original story

    Yesterday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Rio Tinto plc has received an average rating of "Buy" from the twenty-one ratings firms that are currently covering the stock, Stock Ratings News reports . Two investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell recommendation, three have issued a hold recommendation and sixteen have given a buy recommendation to the company.

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  10. London open: UK stocks rise as Scots vote 'no' to independenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Live Charts

    UK stocks staged a relief rally on Friday morning in the aftermath of the Scottish referendum, which saw people north of the border vote convincingly to remain part of the Union. Some 55.3% of Scots voted 'no' to independence from the UK while 44.7% voted 'yes', erasing concerns about a break-up which have weighed heavily on market sentiment in recent weeks.

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  11. 2 Significant Warning SignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    It's hard to say whether negative fundamental developments are negative for the markets in a world where the worse the better, given the monetary response. However, in this article, I identify two clear warnings signs which have been evolving in the last couple of months.

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  12. Commodities Today: An Oil Stock To Buy And Tightening Diamond MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    Commodities are lower across the board after the Federal Reserve yesterday essentially created a policy which continues to tighten on their easy money policy with rates to follow at some point in the future. The US dollar index rose yesterday after the news and world markets are cheering as currencies decrease against the dollar and foreign equities rise.

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  13. Spot Uranium Jumps Higher: Is Putin Putting Pressure On Global Uranium Supply?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    Spot uranium price rebounding strong over the past few weeks, rallying more than $3 per lb or more than 10% in a short timespan. End users such as the nuclear utilities with deep pockets need safe and secure long term supplies from stabile jurisdictions.

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  14. HSBC: China Needs More Copper, Likes Freeport, GlencoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Barron's

    Forget about the negative headlines on copper and China's shadow banking, China is in a structural shortage in the metal, says HSBC , which is bullish on the copper price and many of its producers. China accounts for 44% of global demand, yet domestic mines produce just 9% of global mine supply .

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  15. Is It Time To Bottom-Fish For Vale SA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Seeking Alpha

    Iron ore prices have tested the $80 level and led to predictions that iron is dead as an attractive commodity. Just 5.5 times 12-month EBITDA can support a fair value above $14, but further iron ore price declines and a potential new political regime in Brazil loom as risks.

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  16. Rio Tinto Limited Receives "Outperform" Rating from RBC CapitalRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    's stock had its "outperform" rating reaffirmed by analysts at RBC Capital in a research report issued to clients and investors on Wednesday. Rio Tinto Limited traded up 0.39% on Wednesday, hitting A$62.050.

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  17. CSN's Highly Leveraged To Recoveries In Brazil's Economy And Global Iron PricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Seeking Alpha

    CSN is one of Brazil's largest steel producers, and particularly in higher-value steels, and one of the world's largest iron ore miners. CSN is heavily leveraged to stronger auto/truck, construction, and energy activity in Brazil, as well as better global iron ore prices.

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  18. Rio Tinto plc (RIO) - Research Analysts' Recent Ratings UpdatesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    A number of firms have modified their ratings and price targets on shares of Rio Tinto plc recently: Rio Tinto plc had its "outperform" rating reaffirmed by analysts at Credit Suisse. They now have a GBX 4,000 price target on the stock.

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  19. 30 Nifty Fifty State Dividend Dogs Hound 13% September UpsidesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Seeking Alpha

    Ten top yield stocks out of 30 ticker symbols chosen for their similarity to U.S state abbreviations showed lavish 14.2% to 36.7% September 8 price upsides . A barely bullish bounce propelled top ten nifty fifty state dogs since June while dogs of the Dow sent out a mixed up signal.

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  20. Iron Ore Seen Stabilizing by Australia as Mines Close DownRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Bloomberg

    Iron ore mine closures around the world spurred by the lowest prices in five years will help the raw material to level out even as Australia 's suppliers increase capacity further, according to the government forecaster. Supply cuts will occur first in high-cost seaborne producers followed by China , where some mines that close for the winter may not reopen next year, said Wayne Calder, deputy executive director at the Canberra-based Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics.

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