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Indico Resources boosted 20% by maiden resource estimate at Peru project

Shares of Indico Resources (CVE:IDI) surged 20 percent on Friday after unveiling a maiden resource estimate for the supergene portion of its Ocaña porphyry copper-gold project in southern Peru.

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  • Avrupa discovers potential for new massive sulfide system at Alvalade

    Avrupa Minerals (CVE:AVU) has drilled 57.85 metres of massive sulfides at the Sesmarias area of its Alvalade joint venture project in Portugal, which the company says is encouraging for the potential of a large-scale sulfide system, despite the structural challenges encountered so far in exploring the target.

  • Wall Street dragged down by global turmoil, Amazon results

    U.S. stock futures were lower early Friday as markets were weighed down by ongoing turmoil in Ukraine and Gaza, while Amazon shed more than 10% premarket on the back of some disappointing quarterly results.

  • TerraX rises 14% on sampling results from new vein at Yellowknife project

    TerraX Minerals (CVE:TXR) shares were rising Thursday afternoon after the company posted its first results from an extensive prospecting program currently underway at its Yellowknife City gold project, with investors impressed with the grades seen so far.

  • Edge Resources boosted by significant debt refinancing

    Junior Canadian oil producer Edge Resources (LON:EDG) (CVE:EDE) advanced more than 11 percent after unveiling a significant debt refinancing which will boost its growth plans.

  • Potash Corp ups full year earnings outlook on improved demand forecasts

    Potash Corp of Sasktachewan (NYSE:POT) (TSE:POT) reported on Thursday a substantially lower second quarter net profit on reduced potash prices, but earnings still surpassed the company's top end of its guidance range due to better-than-expected performance in its potash and nitrogen businesses. The Canadian fertilizer giant also lifted its earnings forecast for the year based on an improved global demand environment, it said.

  • Big Rock Labs readies to wow mobile users with two disruptive apps

    Big Rock Labs (CSE:BLA) (FSE:BR1) is preparing to launch two apps in the coming months that it says will capitalize on the “fast-growing sharing economy”, with the first, known as Reach, designed to pick up where LinkedIn has left off.

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