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Tue, 21st Oct 2014
Keith Bush, the chief executive of Northern Petroleum (LON:NOP), describes the first well result...
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, 10th Oct 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days.
Weekly Wrap - 10th October 2014
Wed, 8th Oct 2014
A preview ahead of the FOMC Minutes release due at 1900BST/1300CDT
RANsquawk Preview: FOMC Minutes - 8th October 2014
Mon, 6th Oct 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 6th October 2014
Tue, 21st Oct 2014
Keith Bush, the chief executive of Northern Petroleum (LON:NOP), describes the first well result from the Keg River project in Canada as ‘phenomenal’. ‘One well alone will never make a project, but it will have a significant impact on the near-term production rates,’ he adds. Bush also explains why the two less successful wells in the three-well programme will help the company going forward.
Northern Petroleum CEO on ‘phenomenal’ well result
Tue, 21st Oct 2014
Manoli Yannaghas, the managing director of StratMin Global Resources (LON:STGR), expresses his delight at signing an offtake deal, which he stresses is not a memorandum of understanding (MOU). Yannaghas adds that the company has achieved ‘a very good price’ and is not restricted by volumes. He reminds investors that the deal will make StratMin a revenue-generating company.
StratMin Global MD pleased with offtake deal
Tue, 21st Oct 2014
Paul Bassi, the CEO of Real Estate Investors (LON:RLE), insists there is no pressure to sell any properties and bank a profit. That’s because the company will become a real estate investment trust from 1 January 2015 thanks to recent changes to AIM regulations. Bassi says he is 'very positive' on the UK property market and adds the group has no plans to expand outside the West Midlands.
Real Estate Investors chief buoyed by investment trust benefits
Mon, 20th Oct 2014
Kalaa Mpinga, CEO at Mwana Africa (LON:MWA), tells Proactiveinvestors he is hoping to complete the Bindura smelter financing before the end of the year. He also says investors should continue to look forward to an improved performance overall amid the company's ongoing drive to reduce costs.
Mwana Africa CEO hopes to complete Bindura smelter funding before year-end
Fri, 17th Oct 2014
Ian Williamson, the chief executive officer of hydrogen fuel cell developer AFC Energy (LON:AFC), discusses the current placing, why South Korea is such an important market to the group, and why Chelsea FC’s owner, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, has snapped up more shares.
AFC Energy CEO on placing, Korea and Roman Abramovich
Fri, 17th Oct 2014
Gervais Williams, the managing director of AIM-listed fund manager Miton Group (LON:MGR), gives his views on the recent market turbulence and how to avoid the pitfalls. Williams picks out some of his small cap favourites, including Finsbury Food Group (LON:FIF) and Fairpoint Group (LON:FRP).
Market Insights - Gervais Williams explains Miton Group’s investment strategy
Thu, 16th Oct 2014
Dr Satu Vainikka, chief executive of ValiRx (LON:VAL), talks to Proactive Investors about the cancer drug group’s upcoming trial, having just received the go-ahead. The Phase I/II study is for VAL201, its lead compound on advanced prostate and other solid tumour sufferers.
ValiRx CEO on trial approval
Thu, 16th Oct 2014
Lyn Duncan, the chief executive of cloudBuy (LON:CBUY), speaks about the launch of the first British business-to-business (B2B) e-marketplace specifically for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), called UK PLC. Duncan explains the benefits for the company, as well as those using the marketplace.
CloudBuy CEO Lyn Duncan on SME marketplace launch
Thu, 16th Oct 2014
Charles Stanley analyst Kieron Hodgson reckons the price of iron ore is more likely to fall further than make a recovery. Hodgson explains the dangers of falling commodity prices for junior miners, why he is ‘not overly optimistic’ on small-cap iron ore plays, and his fears about Ebola.
Charles Stanley’s Hodgson: Expect iron ore price to fall further
Wed, 15th Oct 2014
Russ Cummings, the chief executive of Imperial Innovations (LON:IVO), says the university commercialisation business is in a strong position after its recent fundraising. He says the £150mln placing will last the company ‘a good, long period’ and adds that so-called tax inversion deals ‘don’t really affect us’. The group’s annual results today showed a 38% rise in the value of its portfolio to £252mln.
Imperial Innovations CEO: Funding leaves us in strong position
Wed, 15th Oct 2014
Steven Bauer, the managing director of DXS International (ISDX:DXS), says the ‘company is coming into the mainstream’. Bauer explains the business and why the company is happy to remain listed on the ISDX and GXG markets, with no immediate plans for a move to AIM.
DXS International MD says company is going mainstream
Tue, 14th Oct 2014
Michael Jarman, head of equity strategy at H2O Markets, predicts that equities will rally up to the New Year. He reckons the recent falls are due to a ‘shaking of the tree’ rather than anything specific. Jarman gives his views on the boardroom mayhem at Rangers (LON:RFC) and explains why he likes the look of DiamondCorp (LON:DCP).
Michael Jarman expects stocks to rally after recent falls