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Mon, 28th Jul 2014
Stephen Streater, the chief executive of Forbidden Technologies (LON:FBT), predicts that...
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Fri, 11th Jul 2014
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Tue, 8th Jul 2014
Summary of Events
FOMC Minutes - 9th July 2014
Mon, 28th Jul 2014
Stephen Streater, the chief executive of Forbidden Technologies (LON:FBT), predicts that customers in the US will switch to the cloud, which will play into the hands of the video editing specialist. His comments follow half-year results, including a heavier loss of £1.2 million and slightly lower revenues of £350,000, which stemmed from increased investment in R&D and staff.
Forbidden Technologies’ Streater highlights ‘huge opportunity’ in US
Mon, 28th Jul 2014
Tony Shearer, chairman of Aurasian Minerals (LON:AUM), formerly Triple Plate Junction, is hopeful of securing the mining licences the company has its eye on in South East Asia. Shearer is keeping his cards close to his chest in terms of where these licences will be, but says the focus is on four countries: Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and possibly Indonesia. It comes after a tough few years for the AIM-listed miner, which has shifted its focus away from Papua New Guinea.
Aurasian Minerals chairman confident of securing licences
Tue, 22nd Jul 2014
Paul Sarjeant, the vice president of exploration at Global Cobalt (CVE:GCO), talks investors through the results of the recently completed NI 43-101 report on the Karakul cobalt project in Central Asia. Sarjeant says the winter exploration campaign confirmed historic drill results, demonstrating continuity of system along the western edge of the project. He also highlights the importance of being close to the Chinese market, where demand for cobalt is on the rise.
Global Cobalt's Sarjeant outlines plans after encouraging technical report
Tue, 22nd Jul 2014
Mark Child, chief executive of Condor Gold (LON:CNR), explains why the high grades at its La India project in Nicaragua sets the company apart from its AIM-listed peers. Of the 500-plus gold deposits in the world, the average grade is just above one gram per tonne, whereas La India project's grade is 3.8 grams per tonne. Child says it's this district which is a company-maker. He also reminds investors that the upcoming pre-feasibility results are being conducted on a base case, not including the inferred resources.
Condor Gold's La India project is a 'company maker' says CEO
Mon, 21st Jul 2014
Craig Forbes, the chief executive of agricultural trading group Anglo African Agriculture (ISDX:AAA), is eyeing up a move from the ISDX market to the more established Alternative Investment Market (AIM). Forbes says the strategic intent is to move onto AIM "as soon as is practically possible". He says the recent reverse takeover of South Africa's Dynamic Intertrade will allow the company to launch its range of spices into the market and grow the guar bean business.
ISDX-listed Anglo African Agriculture targeting place on AIM
Mon, 21st Jul 2014
Cello Group (LON:CLL) chief executive Mark Scott claims that his healthcare and consumer strategic marketing group is still undervalued even after several years of share price growth. He says that while there are a number of quoted health services like it in the States, Cello is the only one on the London market and trades on much lower earnings multiples than its US peers. He says the main source of growth is organic, but the company will look at potential acquisitions if opportunities arise.
Cello Group's Scott: Share price still too low despite recent rise
Thu, 17th Jul 2014
Tim Cornelius, the chief executive of Atlantis Resources (LON:ARL), confirms that both the Scottish and UK governments are lending their financial backing to the MeyGen Project off the north coast of Scotland. The AIM-listed company is putting the finishing touches to a financing deal that will fund the construction of what is set to be the world's largest tidal energy operation. Cornelius says he is not worried about the possibility of Scottish Independence as both governments are equally supportive of the project as the upcoming financing will prove.
Atlantis Resources chief confirms Scottish and UK governments to back MeyGen
Tue, 15th Jul 2014
Peter Simmonds, the chief executive of dotdigital Group (LON:DOTD), explains how the e-marketing specialist's organic growth strategy is now paying off. Following a trading update, Simmonds says the sizeable cash pile the company is currently sitting on will go on developing new technologies and he insists the growth will ramp up in the next few years.
Dotdigital's Simmonds says organic growth strategy paying off
Tue, 15th Jul 2014
Stuart Brown, the chief executive of Firestone Diamonds (LON:FDI), tells Proactive Investors the company has delivered on all the promises it made when he took the helm eight months ago. Since then, the AIM-listed group has raised the funds needed to make the Liqhobong mine in Lesotho a reality and has just started building the mine. Brown says the new designs should limit any diamond damage that affected the size of the stones in the pilot phase.
Firestone Diamonds CEO delivering on promises
Mon, 14th Jul 2014
Ewan Phillips, the chief executive of Deltex Medical (LON:DEMG), says the company is much like a British rock band -- if it can crack the US market, it will hit the big time. Phillips expresses his frustration at the slow NHS take-up of the group's Oesophageal Doppler Monitoring (ODM) system, but says the Americans tend to adopt new technologies more quickly.
Deltex Medical boss hoping to crack US market
Thu, 10th Jul 2014
Kalaa Mpinga, chief executive of Mwana Africa (LON:MWA), says that the high nickel price will have an effect on the business next year. Mpinga talks about the operational issues overcome recently at the Freda Rebecca gold mine in Zimbabwe and explains that the company has no plans to sell any of its projects -- joint venturing is the name of the game.
Mwana Africa expects nickel price rise to boost performance next year
Thu, 10th Jul 2014
The chief executive of Africa Oilfield Logistics (LON:AOL), Carl Esprey, spells out what catalysts investors can look forward to in the coming months. These include new contract wins, continued regional expansion and possible bolt-on acquisitions. Esprey explains how the company can support oil and mining projects, as well as in some instances even refugee and military camps.
Africa Oilfield Logistics CEO outlines catalysts