Category: Peregrine Diamonds
4 Posts
POSTED ON November 17, 2015 BY James Kwantes

Peregrine Diamonds (PGD-V) The peregrine falcon is known for its high-speed dive, which can reach speeds of more than 300 km-h (186 miles-h) as it descends on an unwitting target. Peregrine Diamonds’ stock has undergone more of a low-speed dive since April highs of the high-.30s – it’s been trading near 52-week lows of 14… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 22, 2015 BY James Kwantes

Eastern Platinum (ELR-T) “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” the saying goes. In the case of Eastern Platinum, the smoke was the multiple delays in closing a deal that would have seen a Chinese buyer pick up Eastern Platinum’s PGM business in South Africa. The flames arrived yesterday after the market close when Beijing Hehe Fengye… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 20, 2015 BY James Kwantes

It’s been a busy couple of days on the Canadian diamond exploration front, even as rough prices for diamonds grind lower in response to a slowing global economy. Rio Tinto this week cut back on diamond production at its Argyle mine in Australia, the world’s largest source of fancy pink diamonds, and expects to produce 18… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 08, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

by James Kwantes, World of Mining Peregrine Diamonds released its maiden resource estimate for Chidliak Wednesday, and it sparkled. The diamond exploration company led by Eric Friedland reported an NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource of 7.47 million carats of diamonds in 2.89 million tonnes in its CH-6 kimberlite pipe, to a depth of 250 metres.… Continue Reading

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