Peregrine Diamonds (T.PGD), down 13%, receives third-party valuation of CH-6 kimberlite pipe parcel averaging at US$213 per carat
“We are evaluating our positions,that’s all I am prepared to say,’’ said Chuck Fipke, the geologist
In my opinion that's the lowest they would consider but 6$ or above is the price they would want.
The mining jurisdiction in Canada is still one of the most respected in the world and noone is walking away from $3,000,000,000 in high...
they don't want to sell in the same way that none of us want to sell at 50 cents. what will they sell at? mill said 5$.
I think their house is in order and they know it. They don't want tennants. And they don't want to sell.
The bottom line is the Friedland brothers are going to finish the journey no matter this thing is going to bust or not. They really have...