A Vancouver native, Charlotte recently graduated from Simon Fraser University, where she majored in English and Humanities. During her time there, SFU’s Writing and Communications program caught her attention, and she began working towards a Certificate in Editing. After completing an editorial internship at Vancouver’s Western Living magazine in the fall of 2010, she knew that she wanted to pursue editing further.
Charlotte started working for the Investing News Network in the spring of 2012 and now specializes in writing about diamonds, precious metals, base metals and graphite. She received her Certificate in Editing in 2013.
Reuters reported that the tin association in Indonesia said Friday that its members, as well as PT Timah (Persero) Tbk (ISE:TINS), the country’s biggest exporter of tin, won’t trade the metal below $17,000 per tonne.
Reuters reported that provincial government and smelter officials in Indonesia will meet in the next couple of weeks to talk about a potential export moratorium on tin. They are looking to help support global prices for the metal.
Alphamin Resources Corp. (TSXV:AFM) announced that it has begun a variety of technical studies in support of a definitive feasibility study at its Bisie tin project. Bisie is located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Reuters reported that while the current financial situation has made project financing difficult for most miners, tin miners in particular are having trouble raising money for their projects. That could be bad news for the tin market, which is already volatile and in deficit.
Celeste Copper Corp. (TSXV:C) announced that effective immediately it has changed its name to Celeste Mining Corp., but will continue to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “C.” The name change is intended to reflect the company’s focus on its South Crofty tin project, located in Cornwall, England.