Yanacocha gold mine in Peru is owned and operated by Denver-based Newmont Mining
On Monday, shares of Integra Mining closed at 33.5¢, after falling about 7 per cent in brisk trading.
Varied news reports said Hartleys and BBY were the ones appointed to manage the $25-million capital raising, with new shares to be issued at 30¢.
As of end June, Integra Mining, based on a recent investor presentation, holds $12 million cash on hand. However, it owed various financing facilities some $8.4 million.
Earlier, Integra Mining reported a jump in open pit reserves at its Randalls Gold Project, which has a six-year mine life, to 510,000 ounces. It likewise said the recent strong drilling results at its Majestic gold deposit point to a potential increase and upgrade.
Integra Mining likewise updated its ore reserve statements at Randalls Gold Project. The Australian gold miner had initially developed the project with an ore reserve of 300,000 ounces of gold from two open pits.
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