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Ivanhoe (IVN): Copper Mining in Mongolia

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Ivanhoe (IVN): Copper Mining in Mongolia

Filed under: International Markets , Newsletters , Commodities , Stocks to Buy “For much of their history, Mongolians described themselves as ‘beggars sitting on a huge pile of gold;” suggests international investing expert Nicholas Vardy . The editor of The Global Bull Market Alert explains, “Even Genghis Khan knew about Mongolia’s massive mineral deposits. He just had no idea how to tap into them. But that’s all changing largely thanks to the efforts of Ivanhoe Mines ( IVN ). “Ivanhoe is a Canadian company that is building what may turn out to be the world’s largest copper and gold mine: Oyu Tolgoi. Continue reading Ivanhoe (IVN): Copper Mining in Mongolia Ivanhoe (IVN): Copper Mining in Mongolia originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Wed, 03 Nov 2010 12:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink  |  Email this  |  Comments

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Marc Faber Likes Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN), Barrick (NYSE:ABx), Novagold (NYSE:NG), Gold Fields (NYSE: GFI), Newmont (NYSE:NEM)

Marc Faber, the contrarian investor and the real Dr. Doom of the marketplace, has been pushing the value of investing in gold for a number of years. He recently named the gold miners he likes at this time, which are Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN), Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABx), Novagold (NYSE:NG), Gold Fields (NYSE:GFI), Newmont Mining(NYSE:NEM), Gabriel Resources (TSE:GBU), Centamin Egypt (TSE:CEE) and

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Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN) Shares Jump on Mineralization Find

Shares of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. (NYSE:IVN) soared after they announced the discovery of a mineralized zone of gold and copper 1 kilometre long at its prolific Oyu Tolgoi project in Mongolia. Consequently, the original estimates of copper and gold could be much larger than thought. “To intercept almost one kilometre of copper and gold mineralization in a new drill hole is a remarkable development,

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Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN) Slaps Down "False and Misleading" Information from ‘Business Spectator’ and ‘The Australian’

Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN) noted in a press release that recent information published on the ‘Business Spectator’ website and in ‘The Australian’ newspaper contained “false and misleading information” about the mining company. Concerning the numbers, some of the assertions made which Ivanhoe refutes, includes the costs of the Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold project in Mongolia, which was said to be $4

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Rio (NYSE:RTP) Increases Ivanhoe Stake (NYSE:IVN)

Filed in Gold Prices, ivanhoe-mines, mongolia, Oyu Tolgoi, Rio Tinto, shares, ubs by on September 14, 2010 0 Comments

Rio Tinto (NYSE:RTP) announced Monday it has increased its stake in Ivanhoe Mines to 34.9 percent. That followed a conversion of a matured convertible credit facility by Rio. That brings the total investment by Rio in Ivanhoe to $1.73 billion. They also have rights to subscribe for common shares in Ivanhoe, which if exercised, would bring the total stake in the company to about 44 percent.

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Ivanhoe’s (NYSE:IVN) Friedland Marketing Up the Company

It’s no secret Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN) is looking for even more financing for its Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia, and Ivanhoe Chairman Robert Friedland has been seen a lot in the news lately letting people know about the incredible project they have in Oyu. He’s been making some interesting comments a la Richard Branson to get the Ivanhoe brand stuck in the minds of potential investors. Even though he

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Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN) Continues to Skyrocket

Ivanhoe Mines’ (NYSE:IVN) shares continue to shoot up, gaining over $3 a share over the last five trading days. This week it’s already up over 22 percent.Although the future success of Ivanhoe centers on their Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia, it’s short term success does as well. The news that they are abandoning their agreement with Rio Tinto (NYSE:RTP) which had restricted them from bringing in new

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Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN) Soars as They Battle Rio Tinto (NYSE:RTP) Over Oyu Tolgoi

Filed in chinalco, ivanhoe-mines, Oyu Tolgoi, Rio Tinto, shares, silver by on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

Shares of Ivanhoe (NYSE:IVN) soared 14 percent Tuesday as they battled Rio Tinto (NYSE:RTP) over their stake in the gigantic Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia.The battle between Ivanhoe and Rio began when they notified Rio they were going to exercise their right to issue more shares to investors besides Rio Tinto. This would allow Ivanhoe to sell over 5 percent of its common shares to another mining

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Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN) Beats Gold Price Trend Today – Up Over 2 Percent

Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN) (TSE:IVN) went against the grain of gold prices today, and pushed up over 2 percent, gaining $0.30, or 2.02 percent at the close in New York.In what could become the mining story of the decade, Ivanhoe is poised to continue its rise in value, even if all it had was its Oyu Tolgoi Project in Mongolia, which is scheduled to being production sometime in the middle of 2013,

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Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN): Miner of the Future?

Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN) may have positioned themselves as one of the top mining companies of the future, as their stake in the copper-gold mining project Oyu Tolgoi in Mongolia, ensures them a place among the top mining companies at minimum, and potential to be among the largest. The extraordinary production numbers projected by the company through 2040, are an average of 540,000 tons of

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How China Will Corner the World’s Gold Supply

This post initially appeared on EnergyandCapital.com June 1st, 2010. With the Eurozone looking about as stable as a burning deepwater oil drilling platform — and the partisan American media propping up President Obama’s jobless domestic “recovery” — the U.S. dollar has seemed to get a temporary stay of execution in the court of global economics… But let’s not allow the buck’s spring bloom to erase the memory that for years now, as the dollar declined against the euro and other currencies, many have been gunning for its replacement as the de facto world reserve currency — and the monetary unit in which oil, gold, and other commodities are priced. In the heat of the dollar’s descent in 2007, our own beloved (not) Alan Greenspan said that it was “absolutely conceivable that the euro will replace the dollar as reserve currency, or will be traded as an equally important reserve currency.” His voice presaged or echoed the sentiments of many important nations, among them well-known dollar-bashers China and Russia — but also to varying degrees India, Iran, Brazil, Venezuela, and others… Advertisement An Airplane Mechanic’s 843% Profit Secret By sheer luck, one working class man from Minnesota discovered a “kickback” strategy that turned his $35K retirement fund into a hefty $295,050 nest egg in a little under 2 years… But now his secret is ours — and our readers have already started to make 100% legal “kickbacks” of as much as 793%, 846%, even 3,475% or more from this reliable strategy. Click here now to learn why we’re no longer keeping this profit trick hush-hush… And let’s not forget that the U.N., IMF, OPEC, and G20 have all recently pondered or publicly called for some form of decoupling of the U.S. dollar from commodities — or its replacement as the gold standard (no pun intended) of world reserve currencies. None of these bode well for the buck. One doesn’t have to be economist, monetary historian, or even an investing ace (I’m none of these, to be sure) to see that nothing about America’s current monetary policy could arrest the dollar’s ultimate decline against other currencies of the world. Even after the Eurozone gets its act together, we’ll still be printing dollars by the truckload, artificially fending off inflation with a bunch of book-cooking hocus pocus — and pressuring (or begging) other nations to underwrite our overspending by purchasing dollar-based debt. That’s not how a strong, stable global reserve currency is maintained. …

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Ivanhoe (TSE:IVN) Oyu Tolgoi Financing Deal

Ivanhoe (TSE:IVN) (NYSE:IVN) is close to securing financing for its Oyu Tolgoi project, one which will bring them into the top tier of mining companies in the world.On Friday they signed a preliminary agreement with the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corp. and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.Each financial institution could provide up to $300 million each to

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