This week has been a game of two halves for gold, starting with the weakness created by the confirmation that Biden has renewed Jerome Powell’s chair of the FED, and then the news of the new covid variant sent investors back into gold as a safe haven. Continue reading →
Canaccord Genuity, the highly respected Canadian banking and investment company, have written a new research report about Colonial Coal.
The rise in share price of Colonial, and coking coal of course, has lead to a massive boost in interest in the company, and that has resutted in larger companies and investment houses taking an interest in the company.[…] Continue reading →
City Investors Circle published their monthly mining review for October 2021, which highlighted a growing shortage of magnesium and aluminium, due to Chinese smelters being offline, due to a coal shortage causing power cuts in the industrial northern area.
Colonial Coal (CAD.V) was the biggest riser in the portfolio for the second month in a row, a terrific feat. Other stocks mentioned include Apollo Consolidated, Fiore Gold, Latrobe Magnesium, Karora Resources, and Newcore Gold. […] Continue reading →
A new research note written by New York and London based Hallgarten Investment Research is positive for Colonial Coal.
What is amusing is the price target given when the report was written a week ago has already been surpassed! A 50% increase in share price in a week means the report may need to be updated […] Continue reading →
Copper and coal remain the key stories at the moment, as a shortage of supplies in both key commodities is driving their prices higher. Colonial Coal (TSX.V: CAD) rose to an all time high on the back of M & A speculation as a result.
Gold had a good week until Friday when US inflation numbers drove erased most of the week’s gains in a flash. Continue reading →
Another poor week for gold, until the US job numbers reported a big miss versus expectations, and then gold ended firmer slightly down from the previous week.
Colonial Coal rose again, as the price of coking coal remains at elevated levels amid reports that some Chinese power plants are burning coking coal due to a shortage of thermal coal. Continue reading →
The share price of Colonial Coal has risen sharply over the last month as there seems to be feeling in some quarters that the company might finally be on the radar of potential bidders, looking to secure a supply of coking coal for the future.
It has long been thought that Colonial could receive bids from either Chinese or Indian companies, but Japan and Korea are also potential sources, as well as the USA of course. Continue reading →