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Ivanhoe Mines Limited T.IVN

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  IVN

Ivanhoe Mines Ltd is a mineral exploration company. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, explores, develops and recovers minerals and precious gems from its property interests located in Africa and Australia.
Price: $0.70 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 122,790 | Day High/Low: 0.70/0.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.40/0.62
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RE:RE:RE:Will Zijin make an offer to buy IVN?

Agreed... but the question is WHEN commodities will turn around?  I say within a year. This company does have risks associated with it's operations just like any other investment but I more
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RE:RE:Will Zijin make an offer to buy IVN?

This is an awful time to be in this market. Commodities prices has been depressed for a few years. With the current IVN assets, 4 years ago, would be between 7-10 bucks. One thing I know, RF won' more
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RE:Will Zijin make an offer to buy IVN?

China has created this "crisis" and now it will reap the reward for its efforts. It is too bad western governments and companies cannot see through the manipulation and more
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RE:RE:RE:China biggest destination of Congo exports

Sorry, I meant RF.  rate and reply
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Will Zijin make an offer to buy IVN? The collapse in commodity prices has China on the prowl for acquisitions more
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RE:Looks like we've found a solid base...

Buckle your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff!!!  $$$$$$ Silver  rate and reply
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Nice upwards move

Did I miss any news today or is the deal with ZIJIN going to close soon?  rate and reply
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Large MOC Buy Order Today... 172,000 shares

Large MOC Buy Order Today... 172,000 shares. EOM  rate and reply
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RE:RE:China biggest destination of Congo exports

What does Rick Rule have to do with getting a Kamoa deal done?  rate and reply
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RE:China biggest destination of Congo exports

After todays news, next is the sale of the 15% of Kamoa to the DRC. Its a way to appease the DRC gov. RR is working hard, and will get the job done.  rate and reply
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Winter Olympics are in China 2022

Not as big a deal as the summer game but a completely different infrastruture spend. And they have the capital to do what ever it takes to put on the best show ever!!! And they will spend what ever more
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China biggest destination of Congo exports

China is Congo's largest trading partner. Zijin, a Chinese major, will get the backing ot the Chinese government in making Kamoa happen. When the deal gets the Congolese govt's approval, more
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RE:RE:And here you have it, with ALL the positives mentioned here

I feel the upside is way higher than 500% of the current SP in the long term. It will take a decade to realize.  rate and reply
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RE:And here you have it, with ALL the positives mentioned here

That would be awesome but i'd live with 500% :) If copper can sustain the rally we saw this week then perhaps we've seen the bottom and won't look back! GL All Silver  rate and reply
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And here you have it, with ALL the positives mentioned here

we have a stock just ready to explode once the sentiment changes. And do not forget, when it does, it will be so fast you won't react until this is at 4 or 5 dollars. I think this will in na more
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Job Cuts in Congo

It looks like the jobs IVN will create will be even more valued by the Congolese gov't. The job cuts that other companies are making will only benefit IVN in my opinion. more
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Fresh money for RR$47-million  rate and reply
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Robert Friedland stressed that developing the best-quality mineral assets “takes years” and that “nobody makes their money overnight,” yet boasted that once financing for Kamoa is secure, he more
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At the Sprott Conf, July 2015 : Friedland  argued the demand for zinc is made equally attractive by Chinese government initiatives that aim to renourish the country’s highly depleted more
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RR on Kamoa at the Sprott Conference, July 2015 : He describes many of the world’s great copper mines as “little old ladies, kept on life support and waiting to die,” whereas others are so more