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Argex Titanium Announces Interesting Drill Results from Its Lac Brl Property

Argex Titanium Announces Interesting Drill Results from Its Lac Brûlé Property At least two massive hemo-ilmenite lenses are intersected and bear meaningful Ti02 and vanadium content Montréal, Québec (FSCwire) - Argex Titanium Inc. (TSX:RGX) (“Argex” or the “Corporation”) is pleased to a...

Cartier Iron Retains European Investor Relations Firm

TORONTO, April 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cartier Iron Corporation (CSE:CFE)  (“Cartier Iron” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has retained Profinnotiv AG (“Profinnotiv”) to provide Cartier Iron with investor and public relations services in the European market. Cart...

Argex Titanium Announces Reduced Opex and Increased Future Production Capacity

Argex Titanium Announces Reduced Opex and Increased Future Production Capacity Latest improvements confirm that Argex technology will benefit from one of the lowest costs in the industry Montréal, Québec (FSCwire) - Argex Titanium Inc. (TSX: RGX) (“Argex”) announces that it reached a higher level of optimizatio...

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Iron ore mining news

Fortescue steps up iron ore sales to India

Australian iron ore producer Fortescue Metals has stepped up sales to India, diversifying from the traditional market of China where sales of its low-grade fines have been

The iron ore price slide appears to be slowing

Ore with 65% Fe content rose 0.5%, settling at $86.40 a tonne. 58% fines added a smaller 0.3%, finishing the session at $40.47 a tonne. The mixed performance came amidst ongoing concerns about the outlook for Chinese steel demand, said Vivek Dhar, Mining and Energy Commodities at the

Australian trade rebounds with a $1b surplus as gold miners deliver ...

Iron ore shipments were disappointing with shipments affected by Cyclone Joyce hitting Port Hedland. The value of top quality iron ore "fines" exports was down 14 per cent, with a 2 per cent increase in price overwhelmed by 16 per cent lower volumes. Coal exporters also had a difficult month after train

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