Silver Bull Makes the Switch to Zinc

The current state of the resource market certainly demands some flexibility from those in the industry, and Canadian exploration company Silver Bull Resources hasn't been shy about making a change.

Junior Zinc Mining Companies on the Rise

InZinc Mining, Pasinex Resources and Cypress Development have all seen share price increases of over 100 percent since the beginning of 2014.

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Trevali Mining: Pure Zinc Exposure, Part 1

Investing News Network Editor Vivien Diniz recently spoke with Trevali Mining (TSX:TV,OTCQX:TREVF) CEO Dr. Mark Cruise about the recent start of production at the Santander zinc-silver-lead mine in Peru.

Trevali Mining: Benefitting from Rising Zinc Prices, Part 2

In this final segment of the Investing News Network's conversation with Trevali Mining (TSX:TV), CEO Mark Cruise answers how the company is positioned to benefit from rising zinc prices and provides investors with an update on the Caribou mine in New Brunswick.

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Avrupa Minerals Continues to Advance Exploration in Portugal

Avrupa Minerals Continues to Advance Exploration in Portugal

Avrupa Minerals (TSXV:AVU,FWB:8AM) provided an update on several of its ongoing joint venture exploration activities in Portugal. Avrupa has agreements with Antofagasta (LSE:ANTO) and Blackheath Resources (TSXV:BHR), as well as an exploration alliance with Callinan Royalties (TSXV:CAA).

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Zincore Metals’ Adam Ho Provides Update

Zincore Metals Inc. (TSX:ZNC) Vice President for Corporate Development, Adam Ho, spoke to Resource Investing News about the Accha Zinc Oxide District (AZOD) in Peru

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MMG CEO Michelmore “Very Bullish” on Zinc

Mineweb reported that while Andrew Michelmore, CEO of MMG Ltd. (HKEX:1208), is bullish on copper, he is "VERY bullish on zinc," partially due to the fact that his company's Century zinc mine is due to stop producing in 2015.

Zinc Rises Most in Two Months as Stockpiles Shrink

Bloomberg reported that on Tuesday the price of zinc rose the most in two months as inventories hit their lowest point since August. The news provides further support for the idea that global supplies of the metal are on the decline.

LME Zinc Stocks Down Significantly: USGS

Mineweb reported that according to the US Geological Survey, global London Metal Exchange stocks of "special high grade zinc" sat at 655,275 metric tons (MT) in July, down 12,675 MT from a year ago.

Zinc to Hit $3,000 per Ton by 2016: Credit Suisse

The Financialist reported that zinc is currently trading at a three-year high of $2,327 a ton on the London Metal Exchange, also noting that Credit Suisse sees its price jumping to $3,000 per ton by 2016.

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