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    21/10/14

    Stellar Diamonds CEO: Encouraging start to trial mining

    Stellar Diamonds (LON:STEL) chief executive Karl Smithson reckons ‘two or three exports’ are needed before the company becomes self-sustaining. His comments follow the news trial mining at Stellar’s Baoulé kimberlite pipe in Guinea exceeded expectations with a number of large stones uncovered. Smithson says there is as much use for the ‘industrial’ diamonds as there is for the ‘gem quality’ diamonds and explains how Ebola will affect the company’s operations.

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    21/10/14

    Northern Petroleum CEO on ‘phenomenal’ well result

    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.

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    21/10/14

    StratMin Global MD pleased with offtake deal

    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.

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    21/10/14

    Market Insights - Gervais Williams explains Miton Group’s investment strategy

    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).

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    21/10/14

    Real Estate Investors chief buoyed by investment trust benefits

    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.

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    20/10/14

    Mwana Africa CEO hopes to complete Bindura smelter funding before year-end

    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.

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    17/10/14

    AFC Energy CEO on placing, Korea and Roman Abramovich

    Ian Williamson, the chief executive officer of hydrogen fuel cell developer AFC Energy (LON:AFC), discusses the current placing, why Korea is such an important market to the group, and why Chelsea FC’s owner, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, has snapped up more shares.

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    16/10/14

    ValiRx CEO on upcoming trial

    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.

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    16/10/14

    CloudBuy CEO Lyn Duncan on SME marketplace launch

    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.

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    16/10/14

    Charles Stanley’s Hodgson: Expect iron ore price to fall further

    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.

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  • ASX loses steam but which five stocks jumped on board the money train?

    7:43 am

    ASX loses steam but which five stocks jumped on board the money train?

    The ASX All Ord's started the day well bet lost impetus by the close to only add 0.1% to 5313. ACTION HERE: What stock traded massive volume and now has the world’s largest known combined Graphite-Vanadium deposit? Who joined their party? Find out here.

  • Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well

    7:26 am

    Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well

    The economic viability of mining Cauldron Energy’s Bennet Well uranium deposit in Western Australia could be improved by the intersection of high grade, near-surface uranium. There is potential to extend the size of the high grade zone.

  • Thundelarra starts copper, uranium drilling at Allamber Project

    5:55 am

    Thundelarra starts copper, uranium drilling at Allamber Project

    Thundelarra has a large work program in October - December at its Allamber and Red Bore projects. This includes reverse circulation drilling at the Allamber Project in the Northern Territory targets where previously identified copper and skarn-style replacement mineralisation as well as known uranium-copper mineralisation at Cliff South.

  • King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    3:40 am

    King River Copper intersects visible copper at Speewah Dome

    Assay results are pending from Phase 2 exploration drilling at King River Copper’s Speewah Dome project in Western Australia. Visible copper was observed in a number of drill holes, which also confirmed robust mineralised structures, with potential strike lengths of many kilometres.

  • Securecom’s app keeps day-to-day conversations safe from unwanted eyes

    9:11 pm

    Securecom’s app keeps day-to-day conversations safe from unwanted eyes

    Securecom Mobile (CSE:SCE) is offering an alternative to email that promises to keep private communications away from the hands of untrusted third parties, potentially turning day-to-day conversations on their head by shielding them from mass surveillance.

  • Dow closes up 1.3% as S&P 500, Nasdaq settle higher for fourth straight session

    9:03 pm

    Dow closes up 1.3% as S&P 500, Nasdaq settle higher for fourth straight session

    U.S. stocks rallied Tuesday as investors digested some upbeat earnings reports, including better-than-expected results from Apple, which is the largest component of both the Nasdaq Composite and the S&P 500.

  • True Gold's North Kao deposit bolsters economics at Karma gold project

    7:25 pm

    True Gold's North Kao deposit bolsters economics at Karma gold project

    True Gold Mining (CVE:TGM) climbed around 5 percent on Tuesday after announcing a preliminary economic assessment on its North Kao deposit, adding another $118 million in after-tax free cash flow to its Karma gold project in Burkina Faso.

  • TSX rises a fourth day on faster-than-expected China growth

    6:16 pm

    TSX rises a fourth day on faster-than-expected China growth

    Canadian shares logged a four-day winning streak as commodity producers advanced after  investors digested data showing slower yet better-than-expected economic expansion in China, the nation's second-largest trading partner. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 1.3 percent to 14,518.18 at 12:09 p.m. in Toronto. Nine share gained for every stock that lost as all 10 major industries advanced.