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Fri, 31st Oct 2014
Hansie van Vreden, chief operating officer at Goldplat (LON:GDP), explains the rationale behind...
Tue, 28th Oct 2014
A preview ahead of the FOMC Decisions for October due at 1800GMT/1300CDT
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Mon, 27th Oct 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 27th October 2014
Fri, 24th Oct 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days.
Weekly Wrap - 24th October 2014
Mon, 20th Oct 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 20th October 2014
Fri, 17th Oct 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days.
Weekly Wrap - 17th October 2014
Mon, 13th Oct 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 13th October 2014
Fri, 31st Oct 2014
Hansie van Vreden, chief operating officer at Goldplat (LON:GDP), explains the rationale behind the move into platinum group metals and why there would be minimal capex required. He says the company is ‘very positive’ about the direction it is going in after a ‘robust’ quarter in South Africa.
Goldplat COO on platinum diversification strategy
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
Elizabeth Gooch, founder and acting chief executive of eg solutions (LON:EGS), reckons investors are beginning to realise the possibility of the back-office software business becoming ‘the global player that we want it to be’. Gooch speaks about 2013 when the business was under pressure: “2013 was really about the culmination of a couple of years of investment in a change in strategy.”
eg solutions founder Gooch: Market starting to recognise potential
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
The chief executive of Actual Experience (LON:ACT) Dave Page admits the group could become an acquisition target over the next year. Page explains how the digital supply chain analytics business works and also talks about university commercialisation business IP Group (LON:IPO), which owns almost 30% of Actual Experience.
Actual Experience CEO: We could become bid target
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
Kevin Foo, chairman of Victoria Oil & Gas (LON:VOG), explains the market opportunity for its gas subsidiary in Cameroon. Foo tells Proactive Investors about the pipe laid under the Wouri River, the thinking behind the share consolidation, and why he hopes it will trigger an uptick in the value of the company.
Victoria Oil & Gas chairman Foo on ‘unconstrained’ gas market in Cameroon
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
Sunrise Resources’ (LON:SRES) executive chairman Patrick Cheetham says he is pleased with the progress being made at its gold projects in Western Australia. Cheetham also touches on the route to production, the company’s access to funds and diamond breakages at the Cue project.
Sunrise Resources’ Cheetham pleased with gold progress
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
Barrie Whipp, the executive chairman of Crimson Tide (LON:TIDE), explains the business model and why the company’s margins are so high. It follows a 36-month contract win with Macdet Hygiene Services for the group’s mpro5 software.
Crimson Tide chairman outlines investment proposition
Thu, 30th Oct 2014
John Kearon, the chief executive (or chief juicer as he likes to be known) of BrainJuicer (LON:BJU), says he wouldn’t consider a takeover even if a bid came in from the likes of giant marketing rival WPP. “We’re here to compete with WPP and not be bought by them,” he insists. Kearon also talks about potential regions of growth for the company.
BrainJuicer CEO not interested in takeover
Wed, 29th Oct 2014
Christopher Hall, the chairman of Stratex (LON:STI), speaks to Proactive Investors about the construction of the Altintepe gold project in Turkey. Hall says construction should be completed by the year-end, with first gold poured in the first quarter of next year.
Stratex chairman Hall on Altintepe construction
Wed, 29th Oct 2014
Bert Monro, the head of business development at Hummingbird Resources (LON:HUM), gives his views on the high grade gold results from the Yanfolila project in Mali. Monro says the results are some of the best in the group’s history. He also claims the Ebola outbreak will not affect the company’s operations.
Hummingbird Resources’ Monro on high grade gold results in Mali
Wed, 29th Oct 2014
Neil Ritson, the chairman of Solo Oil (LON:SOLO), insists the oil explorer is not shifting its focus primarily to the UK. Ritson says Solo has a ‘broad canvas’ and reveals the company is currently ‘evaluating an opportunity in North Africa’, which may be completed by the end of the year. It comes as the AIM-listed group revealed it is part of consortium which has applied for a licence to explore the Isle of Wight, adding to its interest in Horse Hill near Gatwick.
Neil Ritson reveals Solo Oil ‘evaluating an opportunity in North Africa’
Tue, 28th Oct 2014
Tim McCutcheon, the chief executive of Global Minerals (CVE:CTG), says ‘it’s really about getting the financing to move forward’ at its Strieborná silver project in Slovakia, Europe’s only primary silver mining project. McCutcheon adds the complex used to be an iron ore mining site, which means the infrastructure is already in place, while investors can look forward to the preliminary economic assessment (PEA), due out in the next couple of weeks.
Global Minerals CEO: Securing financing now the key
Tue, 28th Oct 2014
Lincoln Moore, executive director at DekelOil (LON:DKL), talks about the potential for a takeover offer to come in for the palm oil group given the recent M&A activity in the sector. It follows a £1.1bn bid by Malaysia’s Sime Darby for New Britain Palm Oil (LON:NBPO). After the recent £1.5mln placing from DekelOil, Moore says the company is aiming to find “a project partner or a debt financing partner out of Europe”, rather than a large equity raise that would dilute shareholders.
DekelOil’s Moore on becoming a takeover target