Goldcorp

Goldcorp/Value creation in mining has shifted from how well a company moves material, to how well it acts on information to increase efficiency and production.
Few things can move a stock as quickly as merger and acquisition talk.
As the price of gold slides to within a few dollars of a new five-year low, the gold mining companies have been reporting results.
Chen Lin, author of the popular stock newsletter What Is Chen Buying? What Is Chen Selling?, knows the smart time to look for the next big gold company is when everyone else has left the sector. With China making moves to invest trillions in commodity-hungry infrastructure, Lin is traveling the world looking for the companies with the right projects in the right place making all the right moves. In this interview with The Gold Report, he shares some of the insights from his recent travels and discusses three companies with potential to be the next Goldcorp.
As gold prices continue to rebound, a flurry of recent mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have breathed new life into a deflated global mining industry.

Goldcorp Inc., the biggest gold producer by market value, agreed to buy Probe Mines Ltd.

Goldcorp Inc.’s decision to drop its $2.9 billion hostile bid for Osisko Mining Corp. in the face of a rival offer.
Despite Goldcorp Inc. Chairman Ian Telfer's claims, Yamana Gold Inc. is set to best his company's offer for Osisko.
Western Copper and Gold among juniors that see their share price rise.
Osisko started the lawsuit to stop the takeover last month, alleging Goldcorp misused confidential data. Goldcorp, the world’s second-largest gold producer by market value, has denied the allegations.