SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - July 25, 2016) - Precious metals prices have gained momentum since the start of this year, and corporate M&A activity is heating up again. In this article in The Gold Report, Caesars Report's Thibaut Lepouttre highlights a handful of mining companies with market capitalizations attractive to larger companies looking to boost their project pipelines.
Included in this article is: Golden Arrow Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE: GRG) (FRANKFURT: GAC) (OTC PINK: GARWF)
As gold and silver prices seem to be holding their ground -- resulting in increased target prices for both precious metals -- it would be normal to expect more M&A transactions to occur in the second half of the year, as the midtier and senior producers wouldn't want to miss out on any deals.
Of course, one should never invest in a company purely based on buyout speculation, but sometimes there are plenty of arguments to be made about why a company could be on the short list of their larger competitors.
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