KWN GOLD

Legend Pierre Lassonde Just Predicted The Price Of Gold May Hit $1,400 In January

On the heels of the recent volatility in the gold and silver markets, today legend Pierre Lassonde spoke with King World News about what is happening behind the scenes that is going to be a massive game-changer for the gold market.

Lassonde is arguably the greatest company builder in the history of the mining sector.  He is past president of Newmont Mining, former chairman of the World Gold Council and current chairman of Franco Nevada.  Lassonde is one of the wealthiest, most respected individuals in the gold world, and as always King World News would like to thank him for sharing his wisdom with our global readers during this critical period in these markets.

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GOLD (MSM)

Contango ORE Announces Record Date and Annual Meeting Date

[Business Wire] – Contango ORE, Inc. announced today that stockholders of record at the close of business on September 23, 2015 will be mailed a proxy statement in connection with the election of Directors of the Company and other matters and will be entitled to vote at the annual meeting of stockholders of the Company.

SILVER (MSM)

ENERGY (MSM)

UK building the world’s largest offshore wind farm

Danish state-owned company Dong Energy A/S plans to set a new world record for the world’s largest offshore wind farm, breaking the existing record currently held by the 630-megawatt London Array, another facility built by Dong. The new U.K. wind farm will be located in the Irish Sea, about 12 miles off the west coast of Great Britain.​ When commissioned, it will provide enough energy to power almost a half million

Chevron slashes jobs and spending to weather low oil prices

Chevron Corp is slashing 10 percent of its workforce and sharply paring back its budget, with Chief Executive Officer John Watson giving a downbeat view on Friday of an industry beleaguered by low oil prices. A more than 55 percent decline in crude oil since last year has rippled through the global energy industry, forcing producers and their suppliers to make tough decisions. For Chevron, that means cutting its budget

Chevron slashes jobs and spending to weather low oil prices

Chevron Corp is slashing 10 percent of its workforce and sharply paring back its budget, with Chief Executive Officer John Watson giving a downbeat view on Friday of an industry beleaguered by low oil prices. A more than 55 percent decline in crude oil since last year has rippled through the global energy industry, forcing producers and their suppliers to make tough decisions. For Chevron, that means cutting its budget

Indexes flat; on track for best month in four years

The S&P consumer staples sector slipped 0.63 percent after data showed U.S. consumer spending barely rose in September and the University of Michigan’s index on consumer sentiment came in below expectations. The three major indexes have rallied about 9 percent in October, mostly driven by the Fed’s decision to keep rates unchanged at its September meeting and largely positive third-quarter results. Energy majors Exxon and Chevron reported better-than-expected results, helped