TSX Venture Exchange Daily Bulletins for December 3, 2010
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Dec. 3, 2010) – /
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Global Gold-Mining Trends
Gold mineralization knows no borders. This most precious of metals can be found within the highest mountains, densest jungles, hottest deserts, and deepest bowels of the underworld. But since all land is outlined by borders, gold mining’s global affair is bound by country-level dynamics.
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Panel on Gulf spill likely to recommend independent oil safety arms for government, industry
WASHINGTON – The presidential panel investigating the massive Gulf oil spill will likely recommend to President Barack Obama next year new ways for both the federal government and the oil industry to oversee offshore drilling safety.
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Asia Markets: China coal-price cap not much help for power firms
China’s decision to freeze contract coal prices is unlikely to benefit power producers much as spot prices might jump on the move and also because Beijing might also act to cap electricity tariffs in its battle to curb inflation.
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