⛏ More Gold In Guyana

PLUS: Palladium Dips

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💪 More Gold In Guyana

🤧 Palladium Dips

👑 $500 Uranium By End Of Year

💪 More Gold In Guyana

Reunion Gold Corporation (TSXV: RGD; OTCQX: RGDFF) announced additional drill results from its Oko West Project, Guyana.


  • 14.3m of 8.84 g/t gold

  • 24.4m of 7.80 g/t gold

  • 10.5m of 6.09 g/t gold

The results include drilling from both the resource expansion drill program below Block 4 and continued infill drilling within areas of Inferred resources outlined as part of the June 2023 pit constrained mineral resource estimate. This baby is getting bigger!

🤧 Palladium Dips

The price of palladium has fallen below platinum for the first time since 2018 due to concerns about demand and stable supply.

Palladium dropped 2.8% to $869.6 per ounce, its lowest in five years, while platinum stood at $874.5. The auto sector, which makes up 80% of palladium demand, has started replacing it with cheaper platinum in catalytic converters due to rising prices. Additionally, the growing adoption of electric vehicles has further decreased demand.

While palladium prices may spike on supply news, long-term outlook remains negative, with South Africa and Russia producing 80% of global palladium, despite tumbling profits for some producers.

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