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Barrick clings to top gold miner title as Newmont falls short by only 125 gold bars

A gap of about 50,000 ounces — or about 125 gold bars — is all that stands in the way of Newmont Mining Corp. from claiming the title of world’s biggest gold miner. 184 more words


Barrick cuts gold output forecast in eighth straight decline

Barrick Gold Corp., the bullion producer that once towered over rivals, continues to shrink.

The Toronto-based miner is predicting its eighth straight decline in annual production as it takes less gold out of the ground at its main mines. 586 more words


Chile orders Barrick to permanently close Pascua-Lama surface facilities

TORONTO — The Chilean government has ordered Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX) to permanently close all surface facilities at its troubled Pascua-Lama project high in the Andes. 159 more words


Newmont about to steal Barrick's crown to become world's top gold producer: 'We've only just begun'

Newmont Mining Corp.’s Gary Goldberg has the title of world’s biggest gold producer within his grasp.

The chief executive officer raised his 2018 production forecast to a range of 4.9 million to 5.4 million ounces. 314 more words


Five things you need to know before you start your work day

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Suncor faces a dispute with oil major Total over unpaid bills, those ConocoPhillip’s assets are paying dividends for Cenovus and BRP’s chief executive talks about life after Bombardier. 635 more words


Barrick-owned miner slapped with $190 billion tax bill that would take centuries to pay

Tanzania sent Acacia Mining Plc a tax bill equal to almost two centuries worth of the gold producer’s revenue.

The government issued the company, which mines all of its gold in the African country, with a US$40 billion tax bill and another US$150 billion in interest and penalties, Acacia said in a statement Monday. 311 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on April 26

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Ottawa will take the U.S. to court over softwood lumber tariffs — again, Trump puts the Canadian dairy industry on notice with a tweet and CPPIB is buying a stake in an international private school company. 724 more words