Newmont Mining Corp

NYSE: NEM
$64.11
+$1.12 (+1.8%)
Closing price August 13, 2020
Short interest in gold mining stocks and gold ETFs rose sharply in the two-week period ended July 31. The steep run-up in gold futures took a breather last week.
Companies that benefit from the moves in gold are generally the miners, but in reality, every company has its own nuances about how its role plays into gold and silver.
Several gold miners have released earnings and some common themes are contributing to a "sell the news" reaction in their shares.
Short interest in gold-mining stocks and ETFs rose in the two-week reporting period ending July 15. But gold prices rose more sharply.
While many investors are hyper-focused on gold, the issue that may be overlooked by much of the investing public is what happens to the price of silver in the coming weeks.
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The initial reaction might seem like Newmont investors felt a bit let down by its earnings report. But it has a lot going for it, and high gold prices might be only one driver here.