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Thu, 17th Apr 2014
Simon Buckingham, founder and chief executive of Mobile Streams (LON:MOS), tells Proactive...
Mon, 21st Apr 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 21st April 2014
Thu, 17th Apr 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
RANsquawk - Weekly Wrap 17th April 2014
Mon, 14th Apr 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 14th April 2014
Fri, 11th Apr 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
RANsquawk - Weekly Wrap 11th April 2014
Tue, 8th Apr 2014
A preview ahead of the FOMC Minutes from the March meeting due at 1900BST/1300CDT
PREVIEW: FOMC Minutes - 9th April 2014
Mon, 7th Apr 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
RANsquawk - Week Ahead - 7th April 2014
Thu, 17th Apr 2014
Simon Buckingham, founder and chief executive of Mobile Streams (LON:MOS), tells Proactive Investors there's potential in Africa, India and Brazil as the company diversifies its revenues into emerging markets. Since the 19% peso devaluation in Argentina, the company has moved two thirds of its £3mln cash from Latin America into more stable currencies.
Mobile Streams predicts 'huge amount of growth'
Thu, 17th Apr 2014
David Reading, chief executive of gold producer Aureus Mining (LON:AUE), tells Proactive Investors that the company is hitting milestones at its flagship New Liberty project in Liberia. He expects revenues to start flowing from New Liberty next year, and adds that management is very excited by the numerous satellite opportunities adjoining the project.
Aureus Mining is hitting its milestones
Thu, 17th Apr 2014
Ed Winter, chief executive of low cost airline Fastjet (LON:FJET) says its £11 million institutional placing was oversubscribed and its subsequent open offer of up to £3.9 million is aimed at pre-existing investors on the same terms as the institutions. The cash allows the airline to bring Tanzania into profit, provide capital for new bases and expand its route network internationally to Nairobi, Harari, Kenya, Zambia and Mombasa over the coming months. Winter says the yield per passenger increased from $46 per passenger in January 2013 to $97 in December 2013.
Fastjet to expand route internationally over coming months
Wed, 16th Apr 2014
Richard Clemmey, chief executive of Tertiary Minerals (LON:TYM), goes through the ins and outs of what the company called a "substantial" maiden resource for the MB fluorspar project in Nevada. He also gives a quick primer on the many uses for fluorspar; it's a long list and, as he tells Proactive Investors, that means there are a lot of customers out there for the product when mining gets underway. Before that happens though, the company is planning more drilling to further upgrade the resource.
Tertiary Minerals unveils substantial maiden resource at MB project
Wed, 16th Apr 2014
Hugh MacKay, chief executive of Europa Oil & Gas (LON:EOG) tells Proactive Investors that Irish venture partner Kosmos is due to deliver its process seismic data in April 2014 and prospect inventory during the summer. Kosmos is happy for Europa to tell investors that Kosmos could be drilling in Ireland as early as 2015 for the first well. MacKay says "Exploration success would be a company maker."
Europa Oil & Gas set for breakthrough in Irish venture
Wed, 16th Apr 2014
Rod Webster, chief executive of Weatherly International (LON:WTI) tells Proactive Investors its Tschudi copper project will produce 17,000 tonnes of copper a year and cost inputs are on average 10% below where they were a year ago. Casting out of the first cathode copper will commence at the start of the second quarter. Webster says the project is currently running under budget and labour management has been brought in-house.
Weatherly International says Tschudi contracts are transformational
Tue, 15th Apr 2014
Philip Kirkham, chief executive of industrial coatings specialist Hardide (LON:HDD), tells Proactive Investors the company's technology is gaining traction in markets beyond oil & gas. In particular, the company is targeting the aerospace sector, where big names such as Airbus and AgustaWestland have already shown a keen interest. "The company is on the verge of some huge opportunities," Kirkham believes.
Tue, 15th Apr 2014
Meadow Bay (TSE:MAY) has identified nine or ten holes of drilling that it initially wishes to carry out on its Western Knolls project in Nevada. President and chief executive, Robert Dinning, tells Proactive Investors this number could end up being more than double that once it has had a closer look at some untested targets. Having successfully raised C$900,000 last year, the company acknowledges it will have to raise more funds, but Dinning paid tribute to the company's knowledgeable shareholder base, which has backed the company wholeheartedly in the past.
Meadow Bay Gold looking to strike it rich in Nevada
Tue, 15th Apr 2014
Richard Morgan, chief executive of Amphion Innovations (LON:AMP), explains the ins and outs of the ruling it has received in a US federal court relating to its patented intellectual property. He tells Proactive Investors that the company has been striving to protect a software patent related to the world of relational databases, and has been going up against two of the big names in the software business: Microsoft and SAP. The federal court heard a plea by Amphion against an earlier ruling in New York and Morgan feels the federal court verdict was very favourable in terms of the company's ongoing campaign to get companies to license its technology.
Amphion Innovations hails favourable court ruling
Fri, 11th Apr 2014
Brad Nichol, chief executive officer of Edge Resources (LON:EDG, CVE:EDE), tells Proactive Investors the company in enjoying the fruits of the investment it made following last November's cash raise. Production revenues surpassed C$1mln in February and Nichol is confident that March will be another record month for the Canadian oil & gas company. The company is accumulating cash for future drilling, even as it pays down debt.
Edge Resources demonstrates short journey from drilling to production revenues
Fri, 11th Apr 2014
Tower Resources (LON:TRP) is adding more strings to its bow through two deals in Africa. Graeme Thompson, Tower's chief executive officer, says the deals will be transformational for the company, turning it into a truly pan-African exploration company. Thompson added the company has raised enough money to take it to midway through 2015, and with "four tremendous assets" in the portfolio, the company has no plans currently to raise more funds as it can generate cash through farm-out deals.
Tower Resources excited by pan-African scope of the company
Thu, 10th Apr 2014
Andrew Wollett, CEO of ZincOx Resources (LON:ZOX), tells Proactive Investors about the company's progress as it undertakes repairs at its Korean recycling plant, Asia's largest zinc recycling project, and on timing for the plant's ramp up to full production. He also comments on recent fundraising, the potential for the company's shares and gives an upbeat assessment on medium-term demand for zinc
ZincOx expects strong recovery in share price as production increases