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Tue, 2nd Sep 2014
Ed Winter, chief executive of low-cost African airline fastjet (LON:FJET), explains the benefits...
Mon, 1st Sep 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 1st September 2014
Mon, 1st Sep 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
Weekly Wrap - 29th August 2014
Mon, 25th Aug 2014
A look ahead to the key risk events coming up over the next trading week.
Week Ahead - 25th August 2014
Fri, 22nd Aug 2014
A summary of the primary trading themes of the past five days
Weekly Wrap - 22nd August 2014
Thu, 21st Aug 2014
A preview video ahead of Fed Chair Yellen's keynote speech on Friday 22nd August at 1500BST/0900CDT
PREVIEW: Yellen at Jackson Hole - 22nd August 2014
Tue, 19th Aug 2014
A preview ahead of the FOMC minutes on August 20th due at 1900BST/1300CDT
FOMC Minutes Preview - 20th August 2014
Tue, 2nd Sep 2014
Ed Winter, chief executive of low-cost African airline fastjet (LON:FJET), explains the benefits of the new route between Dar es Salaam and Entebbe – the capital cities of Tanzania and Uganda respectively. Winter talks about the potential of the route, the freight services, and the impact of Ebola on its operations.
Fastjet CEO Winter on new route
Mon, 1st Sep 2014
Patrick Cheetham, executive chairman of AIM-listed Sunrise Resources (LON:SRES), says the work the company has been doing is ‘starting to pay dividends’. He explains that building up a portfolio of assets in low risk countries is part of the risk reduction strategy, and talks about the group’s funding needs.
Sunrise Resources chairman: Cue work ‘starting to pay dividends’
Mon, 1st Sep 2014
Ken Kroeger, chief executive of Seeing Machines (LON:SEE), says the new strategic alliance with Takada is 'a good fit'. He adds that demand for driver fatigue monitoring systems is growing.
Seeing Machines sees growing demand for driver monitoring systems
Fri, 29th Aug 2014
Greg Kuenzel, the managing director of Noricum Gold (LON:NMG), explains why the Austria-focused miner has taken ‘a bit of a step back from Rotgulden’ this year. Kuenzel enlightens investors on the delays seen at the gold-copper project and outlines the news flow to look forward to over the coming months, including drilling at Schonberg.
Noricum Gold boss explains shift in focus
Thu, 28th Aug 2014
The chief executive of TyraTech (LON:TYR), Bruno Jactel, says the company has ‘great expectations’ for its Vamousse head lice products in the UK. It comes after the pest control group revealed its treatments are hitting Tesco and Sainsbury’s shelves soon. Jactel says TyraTech is currently reaching out to potential partners in Europe and expanding its distribution network in the US.
TyraTech CEO has ‘great expectations’ for Vamousse in UK
Wed, 27th Aug 2014
Neil Ritson, the chief executive of Leni Gas & Oil (LON:LGO), says the company still has new highs to reach after the departure of founder and chairman David Lenigas. Ritson says continuity is the ‘important factor’ here, with new chairman Steve Horton no stranger to the company, having been a non-executive director since February 2011.
Leni Gas & Oil’s Ritson predicts greater things to come
Tue, 26th Aug 2014
Tim Cornelius, chief executive of Atlantis Resources (LON:ARL), says the contract with partnership ETI should significantly contribute to a reduction in the cost of energy for tidal power. First power to the national grid from the MeyGen tidal power project is anticipated early 2016 after a short construction time phase. Cornelius says the share price is 'potentially trading at a discount to net tangible assets' and should appreciate further.
Atlantis Resources' £7.5mln ETI contract to reduce tidal power energy cost
Tue, 26th Aug 2014
Harry Anagnostaras-Adams, chairman of Kefi Minerals (LON:KEFI), says its Ethiopian Tulu Kapi project is closer to production after the company 'nailed the geology' and corrected the 'assumption on the gold price’. Tulu Kapi is at the heart of Kefi Minerals’ strategy, which aims to mine more gold from the life of mine than initially planned. Adams says the Ethiopian government is keen to get Tulu Kapi back on track after the previous owner 'pulled the plug' on the project.
Kefi Minerals aims to mine more gold from Tulu Kapi
Fri, 22nd Aug 2014
Matt Simpson, chief executive of Black Iron (TSE:BKI), says operations have continued to operate unfazed in Ukraine. The Canadian iron ore exploration and development company is advancing its 100% owned Shymanivske project in the country, supported by an initial US$20mln investment by Ukraine's biggest company Metinvest. Simpson says meaningful negotiations with various offtake partners are ongoing.
Black Iron 'untouched' by Ukraine unrest - CEO
Thu, 21st Aug 2014
Rob Shepherd, chief executive of Azonto Petroleum (LON:AZO, ASX:APY), talks investors through the company’s move away from riskier, deepwater exploration plays. Shallow water and onshore development is now the name of the game as it means cheaper wells that can get money in the bank more quickly. “Line of sight on revenue is an important foundation to build a company on,” Shepherd says.
Azonto Petroleum CEO explains change of focus
Thu, 21st Aug 2014
Sebastian Woolf, founder and chief executive of Woolf Sung, gives his tips on fine wine investment. He explains the ins and outs of the world of fine wines, how it can be a good alternative to investing in equities, and why he is tipping champagne to be a hit over the next 18 months.
Woolf Sung founder on how to invest in fine wines
Thu, 21st Aug 2014
Quindell (LON:QPP) Shares Plunge, London Mining (LON:LOND) half-year results disappoint, Rambler Metals (LON:RMM) exceeds production guidance, Beowulf (LON:BEO) to raise up to £2mln, IGAS (LON:IGAS) to drill third shale gas well, Advanced Computer Software's (ASW) capital reduction rubber stamped.
Market Report: Quindell Shares Plunge