Funds for junior miners scarce: First Nickel
May 01, 2013 | 05:00 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
TORONTO Some junior mining companies have had to enter "survival mode" due to a lack of interest from potential financiers, First Nickel Inc. (FNI) president and chief executive officer Thomas Boehlert said.
The investment sector has cooled noticeably on mining in recent years, as evidenced by a fall in stock prices far beyond recent drops in metal pricing, Boehlert said during AMM sister publication Metal Bulletins International Nickel Conference in Toronto.....
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