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Calibre Announces GDXJ Index Inclusion and Management Changes
- GlobeNewswire - Tue Jun 22, 6:00AM CDT
GlobeNewswire - CMTX
Tue Jun 22, 6:00AM CDT
Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) (the "Company" or "Calibre") is pleased to announce that the Company has been added to the VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSE: GDXJ) ("GDXJ"). Calibre was added to the GDXJ Index on June 18, 2021.
Global Gold Output Expected To Rise 5.5% In 2021
- PR Newswire - PRF - Tue Jun 8, 7:45AM CDT
PR Newswire - PRF - CMTX
Tue Jun 8, 7:45AM CDT
/PRNewswire/ -- When the word 'Gold" comes up in discussions, it is usually about the metal's current price per ounce and whether is going up… or down. What investors should be looking at is… how much gold is being mined. It's the supply and demand aspect that is sometimes overlooked.  In times like the pandemic, while demand soared so did the price… and some industry insiders also believe that even with increased supply, the price will continue to hold firm if not continue to rise, albeit at a more moderate pace.   A recent  in Reuters reporting that industry insider said that "Gold mines will produce more than ever in 2021. They said: "The world's mines will produce 3,368 tonnes of gold this year, down 4.6% from 2019 and the lowest in 5 years, but high bullion prices will help to push up output by 8.8% to a record 3,664 tonnes in 2021, consultancy Metals Focus said on Wednesday… Demand for gold, meanwhile, will fall 25% this year to about 3,000 tonnes before recovering 17% in 2021, the consultant's head of mine supply, , said in a webinar."  Active stocks in the mining markets this week include (OTCQX: CXBMF) (TSX: CXB),   (NYSE: GLDG) (TSX: GOLD), (NYSE: SAND) (TSX: SSL), (NYSE: AUY) (TSX: YRI),  (NYSE: KGC) (TSX: K)
Calibre Mining Intercepts 13.83 g/t Gold Over 4.4 Metres, 11.37 g/t Gold Over 5.4 metres and 16.78 g/t Gold Over 2.8 Metres Within 10 Kilometres of the Libertad Mill
- GlobeNewswire - Tue Jun 8, 6:00AM CDT
GlobeNewswire - CMTX
Tue Jun 8, 6:00AM CDT
Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) (the "Company" or "Calibre") is pleased to provide an update on the Company's 80,000 metre, 2021 drilling program, highlighting results of exploration and resource expansion drilling at the Company's Libertad concessions.
Precious Metals And Commodities Are Entering A Bull Market That Could Last Over A Decade
- PR Newswire - PRF - Thu May 13, 7:45AM CDT
PR Newswire - PRF - CMTX
Thu May 13, 7:45AM CDT
, /PRNewswire/ -- It's common knowledge that the Pandemic has driven the price of precious metals to all time highs over the last year… but how long will it affect the price of gold and the other precious metals. A recent from Markets Insider reported what the experts from Goldman Sachs (GS) see on this subject. As it turns out, GS projects that the Bull Market for gold will continue through 2021… and they gave a few reasons why. They are inflation, the weakening Dollar and retail demand.   The article said that: "Inflation expectations move higher. In this cycle, we believe the gold market, at least initially, is likely to follow the same path as after the Great Financial Crisis and grow strongly into the recovery phase of the business cycle as inflation concerns become central to the forecast," Goldman said. Goldman's economics team forecasts a temporary bounce in inflation to 3% next year, which could help spur demand for gold. And with policies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic focused on fiscal spending, combined with household balance sheets at better levels than they were coming out of the 2008 recession, "the Fed appears more willing to tolerate a temporary inflation overshoot," Goldman said. "This may well lead to market participant concerns over the long-term inflation rate and more inflows into gold in order to hedge it," Goldman said. Active stocks in the mining markets this week include (OTCQX: CXBMF) (TSX: CXB), (OTCPK: CSFFF) (TSX:CS),  (NYSE: DNN) (TSX: DML), (NYSE: CGAU) (TSX: CG).
Reports Project Gold Mines Are Expected to Produce More Than Ever In 2021
- PR Newswire - PRF - Wed Apr 14, 7:45AM CDT
PR Newswire - PRF - CMTX
Wed Apr 14, 7:45AM CDT
, /PRNewswire/ -- Gold has again risen to all-time highs because investors have again rushed to its traditional 'safe haven'. It rises not despite the pandemic… but because of the global crisis. The trading price is predicted by many to continue to soar and miners are also looking to increase production. A from Singapore Bullion Market Association, spoke about the Metals Report issued in which said: "Turning to 2021, Metals Focus remains bullish towards gold. We are confident that as policy rates remain low and fiscal spending persists, inflows of institutional money into the yellow metal will continue. Low rates and yields are typically positive for gold, as they minimize the opportunity cost of holding the zero-yielding metal. Moreover, given exceptionally low yields (or, in other words, high bond prices), the effectiveness of bonds as a hedge against market turmoil, and in particular equity market corrections, is hampered as it becomes harder to see yields fall much more. This forces investors towards other portfolio diversifiers, something that should continue to benefit gold. Related to this point, policy accommodation has resulted in exceptionally strong equity market performance. While this has been a boon for investors, it also amplifies their need to diversify portfolios and gold will remain an instrument to do so."  Active stocks in the mining markets this week include (OTCQX: CXBMF) (TSX: CXB), (NYSE: FNV) (TSX: FNV),  (TSX: LUN) (OTCPK: LUNMF) (TSX: EDV) (OTCQX: EDVMF),
Gold's Bull Market Projected To Continue Into 2021
- PR Newswire - PRF - Wed Mar 31, 7:45AM CDT
PR Newswire - PRF - CMTX
Wed Mar 31, 7:45AM CDT
, /PRNewswire/ -- Experts, analysts and investors alike all seem to wonder, just how far will gold actually go in 2021. Some analysts say that it will soar again saying that the collapse of the US dollar could send gold prices soaring and this would allow Americans could book major gains in this safe haven in 2021. It's already being touted as "the best performing asset class of the 21st century"… And Goldman Sachs is also predicting a gold bull market in 2021… reporting they expect it to reach an incredible per ounce in the months ahead. Many Americans are moving their money out of the sinking U.S. dollar and into the "safe haven" that's delivered gains over 7X greater than the stock market this year... physical gold and silver. An  in Market Insider, discussing what Goldman Sachs is predicting, said Gold's bull market will continue into 2021 for 3 reasons…. And The first of the 3 reasons is that In this cycle, we believe the gold market, at least initially, is likely to follow the same path as after the Great Financial Crisis and grow strongly into the recovery phase of the business cycle as inflation concerns become central to the forecast. With policies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic focused on fiscal spending, combined with household balance sheets at better levels than they were coming out of the 2008 recession, "the Fed appears more willing to tolerate a temporary inflation overshoot. This may well lead to market participant concerns over the long-term inflation rate and more inflows into gold in order to hedge it," Goldman said. Active stocks in the mining markets this week include (OTCQX: CXBMF) (TSX: CXB), . (TSXKNT) (OTCQX: KNTNF),  (TSX: IMG) (NYSE: IAG), (TSX: NGD) (NYSE: NGD), . (TSX: BTO) (NYSE: BTG).
Experts Say Demand For Gold Remains High as so does Investor Interest
- PR Newswire - PRF - Tue Mar 16, 7:45AM CDT
PR Newswire - PRF - CMTX
Tue Mar 16, 7:45AM CDT
, /PRNewswire/ -- Investor interest in gold remains high. When Wall Street is afraid, the world is dazzled by gold. That's what happened in August and September when COVID-19 panic pushed gold prices above an ounce. Gold outperformed stocks during the volatile year of 2020, with gold prices rising 24.6%, compared with the 18.4% total returns delivered by the S&P 500 index. The World Gold Council reports inflows into gold-backed Exchange Traded Funds have offset weakness in all other sectors of the market affected by the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic. A price level to consider is the 2011 record brought forward in time by inflation which calculates to be per troy-ounce. If you believe the near-term outlook is scarier than the 2011 U.S. debt crisis, a reasonable target for late-2020 is -plus.  Investing in gold based on short-term prediction for stocks is sheer speculation. But investing a small amount in gold stocks or funds can be a valuable inflation hedge and portfolio diversifier.  An in The Motley Fool said that investing in gold makes sense, specified why it has nothing to do with what's happening in the stock market. It said: "If all the gold mined in human history were melded together, it would fit into a cube of just 21 meters, or 69 feet, on each side. That's roughly enough to fill 3.7 Olympic-size swimming pools. Contrary to popular belief, though, the Earth actually has ample amounts of gold. It's just that mining it is incredibly difficult, and most sources don't contain enough gold to make mining cost-effective."  Active stocks in the mining markets this week include (OTCQX: CXBMF) (TSX: CXB), (NYSE: KL) (TSX: KL), (NYSE: KGC) (TSX: K),   (NYSE: SAND) (TSX: SSL), (NYSE: AUY) (TSX: YRI).

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