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Be ready to buy gold equities: J.P. Morgan

Most analysts are cautious on gold these days, especially since the market anticipates a rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve next week. But there is some mild optimism seeping into the forecasts for 2016, including the one from J.P. 246 more words

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Incoming Goldcorp CEO David Garofalo says he’s inheriting miner ‘that’s running very smoothly’

David Garofalo has a challenging road ahead, but thinks he has just the right skills and experience to handle it.

Garofalo, 50, will become chief executive of Goldcorp Inc. 573 more words


Goldcorp CEO Chuck Jeannes to retire in spring, Hudbay Minerals CEO to take helm

VANCOUVER — Goldcorp says its president and chief executive Chuck Jeannes will retire in the spring and David Garofalo, who is currently the president and CEO of HudBay Minerals Inc., will take over his role. 146 more words


Gold price sinks to fresh five-year low

Some investors may have anticipated a rally in the gold price after the Paris attacks. Instead, it has been the reverse. Gold sank to a fresh five-year low on Wednesday morning of US$1,062 an ounce, following a drop of US$15 on Tuesday. 269 more words

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The talented Charlene Ripley thrives on leadership

2015 Western CGCA — General Counsel of the Year

Within three months of Charlene Ripley joining Canadian mining giant Goldcorp Inc. in April 2013 as executive vice-president and general counsel, the price of gold dropped from US$1,600 an ounce to US$1,250. 1,671 more words

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Goldcorp's Charlene Ripley crowned Western Canada general counsel of the year

Charlene Ripley, top in-house lawyer at mining giant Goldcorp Inc., received the highest honour at the Western Canada General Counsel Awards this week.

Ripley was named Western Canada General Counsel of the Year at the fourth annual award gala, which took place Monday night in Vancouver. 670 more words

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Goldcorp Inc reports Q3 loss, but maintains guidance

Goldcorp Inc.’s third quarter earnings got a negative reception from investors on Thursday, but chief executive Chuck Jeannes maintained that the results were strong.

“It’s certainly a messy quarter from an earnings standpoint,” he said in an interview. 389 more words