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More top-performing CAPS members are feeling bullish on Barrick Gold
Shares in gold miners like Barrick, Yamana Gold
Barrick and peer Newmont Mining
While the tight credit markets and overall global economic malaise have slowed the mining mergers-and-acquisitions market -- such as with BHP Billiton's
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