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    Stobart Group’s Tinkler: We’re in talks with ‘big operators’ at Southend Airport

    Andrew Tinkler, the chief executive of Stobart Group (LON:STOB), reveals the company is in discussions with a number of tour operators interested in setting up shop at Southend Airport. It comes as the group unveiled a 17% rise in revenues in the six months to 31 August to £56.2mln, but swung to a loss of £8.6mln due to debt repayment. Tinkler insists the plan is to keep maintain the dividend and says he is now happy with the make-up of his boardroom after several changes over the past two years.

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    Pawnbroker H&T wants to win over customers – CEO

    “I don’t want to buy something cheaply and sell it for a high profit. I want you to get your goods back – that way, when you’ve got a need in the future, you’ll come back and borrow again.” Those are the comments of John Nichols, the chief executive of H&T Group (LON:HAT), who explains how the business will move forward in the current tough climate for pawnbrokers. Nichols talks about the size of the Asian market and how pawnbroking has moved into the 21st Century with tablets and smartphones.

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    GameAccount Network CEO on US online gambling drive

    Dermot Smurfit, the chief executive of online gambling group GameAccount Network (LON:GAME), says trading is slightly ahead of the company’s expectations in America's nascent online gaming market. The company is behind the technology that powers Betfair’s (LON:BET) site in New Jersey, which recently relaxed online gambling laws.

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    SolGold’s new broker GMP has track record in Ecuador - Mather

    SolGold (LON:SOLG) executive director Nick Mather explains the benefits of having GMP Securities on board as its new broker. He also walks investors through the newsflow that should be out in the next few months.

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    W Resources’ Masterman hoping to ship over 40 tonnes per month of tungsten

    Michael Masterman, the chief executive of W Resources (LON:WRES), says the aim for the future is to break the 40-tonne-a-month barrier for tungsten concentrate shipments. It comes after the group revealed it shipped 39 tonnes of tungsten concentrate in October from its La Parrilla tailings operation in Spain.  Masterman explains why investors should be buying the shares and why the tailings development is just the start for the company’s production profile.

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    ImmuPharma chief says placing funds will go towards R&D

    Dimitri Dimitriou, the CEO of AIM-listed drug development group ImmuPharma (LON:IMM), gives investors more background on the £3.4mln placing with Aviva. The proceeds will “support” pivotal phase III clinical trials of Lupuzor, a treatment for lupus, a potentially life threatening auto-immune disease.

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    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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    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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    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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    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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  • All Ords slips, did you catch the 28.3% graphite shooting star?

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    All Ords slips, did you catch the 28.3% graphite shooting star?

    Mining stocks have pulled the All Ords down 0.1% to 5,369.9 points despite Chinese manufacturing data rising to a three month high in October. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is down 0.89% to 2,305.8 points while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is up 19 points to 16,444. Which graphite stock rose 28.3% with more than 5.6 million shares trading hands?

  • Cape Lambert Resources granted key Mining Licence for Marampa Iron Ore

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    Cape Lambert Resources granted key Mining Licence for Marampa Iron Ore

    The Mining Licence allows Cape Lambert Resources to start negotiations with the Sierra Leone Ministry of Mineral Resources for a mine lease agreement over the Marampa Iron Ore Project.  This progression should assist with attaining potential investors. 

  • Silver Lake Resources infill drilling intersects gold at Lorna Doone/Spinifex

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    Silver Lake Resources infill drilling intersects gold at Lorna Doone/Spinifex

    Infill drilling has intersected gold at Silver Lake Resources’ Lorna Doone and Spinifex deposits in Western Australia. The results will be incorporated into a mining study that is progress. An update to Resources and Reserves of the deposits is also underway.

  • KGL Resources hits copper sulphide mineralisation in deep hole at Jervois

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    KGL Resources hits copper sulphide mineralisation in deep hole at Jervois

    KGL Resources has discovered copper sulphide mineralisation in the first deep diamond hole at Jervois. The intersection brings with it the potential to increase the resource below 500 metres. Shallow drilling has been ongoing at Jervois, with results expected within days.

  • Dow soars 1.3% on upbeat earnings, data

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    Dow soars 1.3% on upbeat earnings, data

    U.S. stocks rallied Thursday after some better-than-expected quarterly results from the likes of Caterpillar and 3M and strong manufacturing data from abroad. The gains follow a triple digit loss for the Dow yesterday, following a deadly attack in Canada. 

  • ChroMedX trademarks HemoPalm as IP work continues

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    ChroMedX trademarks HemoPalm as IP work continues

    ChroMedX (CSE:CHX) (OTC:MNLIF), which is working on two new medical devices that it says will change the face of in vitro diagnostics, said it has trademarked its patented HemoPalm technology in the US, which will be officially registered when it is released commercially.

  • TSX rallies on energy rebound; Cenovus gains

    6:53 pm

    TSX rallies on energy rebound; Cenovus gains

    Canadian shares advanced Thursday amid a strong rebound in the energy sector, after yesterday's shooting in the nation's capital.

  • Moko acquires Australia's Tagroom website as it taps into 18-30 yr old market

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    Moko acquires Australia's Tagroom website as it taps into 18-30 yr old market

    Moko, which develops apps that are tailored specifically for certain niche groups, said it will commence development of a native mobile app for Tagroom and use content across its portfolio of brands. The company will heavily focus on cross-promotion to its key college audience via its REC*IT product, leveraging the existing app's popularity.