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Wed, 20th Aug 2014
Peter George, the chief executive of Clinigen (LON:CLIN), admits the company “needs to do a...
Tue, 19th Aug 2014
A preview ahead of the FOMC minutes on August 20th due at 1900BST/1300CDT
FOMC Minutes Preview - 20th August 2014
Mon, 18th Aug 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 18th August 2014
Fri, 15th Aug 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
Weekly Wrap - 15th August 2014
Tue, 12th Aug 2014
- Release of projections due at 1030BST/0430CDT
PREVIEW: BoE August Quarterly Inflation Report
Mon, 11th Aug 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 11th August 2014
Fri, 8th Aug 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
Weekly Wrap - 8th August 2014
Wed, 20th Aug 2014
Peter George, the chief executive of Clinigen (LON:CLIN), admits the company “needs to do a better job” of explaining how profits are more important to the Clinical Trials Supply (CTS) business than revenues. His comments follow the company’s acquisition of oncology drug Ethyol from AstraZeneca (LON:AZN). George talks about the lumpy revenues in the CTS business, the drug pipeline and what investors can look forward to in the coming months.
Clinigen boss Peter George on why profits are more important than revenues
Tue, 19th Aug 2014
Paul Renken, senior geologist at VSA Capital, explains the repercussions of BHP Billiton’s (LON:BLT, ASX:BHP) restructuring plans, which were unveiled alongside its full-year results. While the results were slightly better than expected, the mining giant’s share price dropped around 5% as investors bemoaned the lack of a share buyback.
VSA Capital’s Renken on BHP Billiton results and spin-off plans
Tue, 19th Aug 2014
E-commerce specialist ATTRAQT (LON:ATQT) has joined AIM with big ambitions. Chief executive André Brown explains the business model and why its services benefit online retailers. The company’s shares started trading on AIM on Tuesday at 50p and were quickly up at 54p in early deals.
ATTRAQT CEO on why ‘the sky’s the limit’ after AIM float
Fri, 15th Aug 2014
David Hutchins, fund manager at Global Resources Investment Trust (LON:GRIT), says the share prices of junior miners are starting to respond to good news, suggesting a turnaround – albeit a slow one – for the embattled sector. He explains why the outlook for commodity prices is an important factor to consider when making small cap natural resources investments, as well as why he’d like to see more consolidation in the sector.
GRIT’s Hutchins: The worst is over for junior miners
Thu, 14th Aug 2014
John Teeling, the chairman of Botswana Diamonds (LON:BOD), is hoping to find a diamondiferous kimberlite at its licences in the Orapa region – historically a hotbed for diamonds. Teeling talks about the company’s joint venture with Russian giant Alrosa and explains why finding a kimberlite will “change the game significantly”.
Botswana Diamonds chairman on Orapa’s potential
Wed, 13th Aug 2014
Peter Levine, the chairman of President Energy (LON:PPC), insists that the Jacaranda well in Paraguay was not a dry well. Levine says that while the company would have preferred to have found hydrocarbons, it is upbeat about the prospect of the next well.
President Energy boss: Jacaranda ‘not a dry well’
Wed, 13th Aug 2014
Ken Judge, commercial director of Gulfsands Petroleum (LON:GPX), talks Morocco, Syria and the ideal funding route for the company. Judge predicts Gulfsands will be able to return to work in Syria quickly once “the sanctions permit us to do so”.
Gulfsands Petroleum’s Judge on Morocco and Syria
Tue, 12th Aug 2014
Matt Lofgran, the chief executive of Nostra Terra Oil & Gas (LON:NTOG), explains the significance of bringing Tom Reynolds’ Quixote Associates on board. The US-focused oil and gas group revealed Quixote would “assist in the assessment, due diligence and financing of potential transaction or acquisition opportunities”, suggesting a major acquisition is in the offing.
Nostra Terra CEO hints at major acquisition
Tue, 12th Aug 2014
Paul Lynam, the chief executive of Secure Trust Bank (LON:STB), says the ultimate goal is to upset the status quo and establish the AIM-listed bank as a genuine rival to the main high street lenders. He says that if the government wants the ‘too big to fail’ concept to disappear, challenger banks such as Secure Trust will have an increasingly important role to play. Lynam says there are always plenty of acquisition opportunities available to the company, but warns that most are “dressed up as race horses but when you strip back the clothing they’re actually donkeys”.
Secure Trust Bank CEO hopes to challenge ‘too big to fail’ rivals
Tue, 12th Aug 2014
The chairman of cloudBuy (LON:CBUY), Ronald Duncan, reveals there are plenty of potential customers in the pipeline for the e-procurement software group. It follows a deal with a state government in Australia to build an e-procurement marketplace that could end up being worth A$7.2mln a year. Duncan also explains the benefits of a percentage-based agreement rather than a fixed fee.
CloudBuy chairman Ronald Duncan bullish on new business pipeline
Mon, 11th Aug 2014
Karl Smithson, the chief executive of Stellar Diamonds (LON:STEL), tells Proactive Investors about the potential of the company’s Guinea diamond project, Baoulé. The company expects to be processing ore from the kimberlite operation by the end of September after rapid progress in recent weeks. Smithson talks investors through the timeline and the prospect of finding large stones at Baoulé.
Stellar Diamonds chief on Guinea diamond project’s potential
Fri, 8th Aug 2014
Chris Gilbert, the chief executive of Balkans-focused marble group Fox Marble (LON:FOX), says the recent funds raised will be spent on a new marble quarry in Macedonia and another site in Kosovo. Gilbert says it is a pivotal moment for the company as it is moving from development to commercial production. “These quarries coming on line will enhance that position and add to the desirability of what we can offer as well as the economic benefit,” he says.
Fox Marble CEO Gilbert says plan is to spend cash on acquisitions