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    26/01/15

    Sphere Medical CEO on sales push and potential partnerships

    Wolfgang Rencken, the chief executive of Sphere Medical (LON:SPHR), explains the company’s plan to maximise Proxima’s market potential by teaming up with a larger player. Rencken says he has been encouraged by the interest in Proxima in the UK despite the NHS’s reputation for being slow to adopt new technologies.

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    26/01/15

    Horizonte Minerals in talks with ‘a number of finance institutions in Brazil’ – CEO

    Jeremy Martin, the CEO of Horizonte Minerals (LON:HZM), reveals the company is already in discussions about financing the construction of its Araguaia nickel mine in Brazil. Martin talks about the price of nickel and the news investors can look forward to this year.

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    26/01/15

    Venture Life Group CEO says western brands are big in China

    Chinese consumers ‘want to buy things that are actually from Europe and that are made in Europe’, explains Jerry Randall, the chief executive of Venture Life Group (LON:VLG). The company, which creates healthcare products for the ageing population, has just signed a 30-year distribution deal with one of the largest skincare and cosmetics retail chains in China.

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    26/01/15

    Wolf Minerals MD updates investors on progress at Hemerdon mine

    Russell Clark, the managing director of Wolf Minerals (LON:WLFE), discusses the progress of the construction of the Hemerdon tungsten and tin mine in Devon. Clark talks about the challenges in building the UK’s first new mine in 45 years and the potential for a longer mine life than initially planned.

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    23/01/15

    StatPro’s Smyth on progress last year

    StatPro’s (LON:SOG) marketing and technology director Neil Smyth discusses the portfolio analytics group’s performance in 2014 and what to expect this year.

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    23/01/15

    VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: EMED Mining boss on obtaining Rio Tinto permit

    Alberto Lavandeira Adan, the chief executive of EMED Mining (LON:EMED), reflects on an historic and ‘emotional’ day for the AIM-listed miner, which has finally secured the permit required to start operations at the Rio Tinto copper mine in southern Spain after seven years of trying. The group’s CEO discusses the recent copper price fall, financing and the timeline for events in 2015.

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    23/01/15

    Stellar Diamonds chief on latest fundraise

    Karl Smithson, the chief executive of Stellar Diamonds (LON:STEL), says there are bigger and better things to come from the group after the latest placing to raise £1 million.

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    23/01/15

    Constellation Healthcare Technologies CEO explains acquisition strategy

    Paul Parmar, the chief executive of Constellation Healthcare Technologies (LON:CHT), which floated on AIM in December, introduces the company, its growth strategy and the opportunity in the US healthcare market. It follows a trading update, which revealed the group’s financial performance for 2014 was ahead of expectations. 

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    22/01/15

    ImmuPharma CEO still open to big pharma deal

    Dimitri Dimitriou, the chief executive of ImmuPharma (LON:IMM), insists the door is not closed on a possible deal with a large pharmaceutical group after unveiling a joint venture agreement with  Simbec-Orion, a research group that specialises in rare and orphan conditions. ‘Watch this space because there will be other deals coming along,’ says Dimitriou.

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    21/01/15

    InternetQ’s Miles hopes Minimob can crack Latin America in 2015

    Colin Miles, vice president of corporate relations at InternetQ (LON:INTQ), says 2015 will be a year of geographical expansion, with new Latin American clients high on the wish list. Miles also discusses plans for Akazoo and why InternetQ is a better bet for customers than the competition.

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  • ASX up for fourth straight session, which LNG player jumped 16.4%?

    5:53 am

    ASX up for fourth straight session, which LNG player jumped 16.4%?

    Blue chip stocks have pulled the All Ords up 0.8% to 5,511.5 points.

    This liquefied natural gas player is drawing closer towards making a financial decision on its Louisiana project and is on track to secure a U.S. patent for its liquefaction technology.

  • RedFlow receives CE approval for zinc bromide batteries

    3:00 am

    RedFlow receives CE approval for zinc bromide batteries

    The CE approval is a key milestone for Redflow, as it is a requirement for sales in Europe. Minimal changes to make its zinc-bromide batteries CE compliant have been made and rolled out to production immediately. Shares in the company are expected to trade higher.

  • Aspire Mining, China Railways to carry out first stage Ovoot rail study

    2:30 am

    Aspire Mining, China Railways to carry out first stage Ovoot rail study

    The first stage Erdenet to Ovoot Rail Bankable Feasibility Study with CRCC is a step forward for Aspire Mining. It will place the company in a better position to negotiate a Concession Agreement with the Mongolian Government and advance funding discussions.

  • Pacific Niugini moves closer to gold production at Nicolsons

    1:31 am

    Pacific Niugini moves closer to gold production at Nicolsons

    Works will begin at the Nicolsons Mine in the ensuing weeks. This follows Pacific Niugini receiving the Department of Minerals and Petroleum’s approval of its Project Management Plan. The company is targeting positive cash flow 6 months from commencement.

  • Wall Street ends wavering session slightly positive

    Mon 9:04 pm

    Wall Street ends wavering session slightly positive

    U.S. stocks ended today's choppy session with slight gains as a massive winter storm prepares to hit the northeast and as investors digested news that the left wing, anti-austerity Syriza party won the general election in Greece on Sunday.

  • Capricor Therapeutics gets cash infusion for coronary studies: H.C. Wainwright

    Mon 8:43 pm

    Capricor Therapeutics gets cash infusion for coronary studies: H.C. Wainwright

    Capricor Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CAPR) had its buy rating and target price of $8 reiterated by analysts at H.C. Wainwright (HCW), who said they have high hopes for the company for a "dynamic" start to 2015.

  • TSX fluctuates as energy stocks overpower gold miners amid Greece concerns

    Mon 5:53 pm

    TSX fluctuates as energy stocks overpower gold miners amid Greece concerns

    Canadian shares seesawed as gains among energy producers outstripped losses in gold miners following concerns raised by the victory of the leftist Syriza party in the Greek election. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) inched up 0.1 percent to 14,792.20 at 12:11 p.m. in Toronto. One share declined for every stock that advanced as six out of ten major industries slipped.

  • Wall Street wavers as investors mull Greece election results

    Mon 5:21 pm

    Wall Street wavers as investors mull Greece election results

    U.S. stocks were choppy Monday as a massive winter storm prepares to hit the northeast and as investors digested news that the left wing, anti-austerity Syriza party won the general election in Greece on Sunday.