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    30/10/14

    eg solutions founder Gooch: Market starting to recognise potential

    Elizabeth Gooch, founder and acting chief executive of eg solutions (LON:EGS), reckons investors are beginning to realise the possibility of the back-office software business becoming ‘the global player that we want it to be’. Gooch speaks about 2013 when the business was under pressure: “2013 was really about the culmination of a couple of years of investment in a change in strategy.”

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    30/10/14

    Actual Experience CEO: We could become bid target

    The chief executive of Actual Experience (LON:ACT) Dave Page admits the group could become an acquisition target over the next year. Page explains how the digital supply chain analytics business works and also talks about university commercialisation business IP Group (LON:IPO), which owns almost 30% of Actual Experience.

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    30/10/14

    Victoria Oil & Gas chairman Foo on ‘unconstrained’ gas market in Cameroon

    Kevin Foo, chairman of Victoria Oil & Gas (LON:VOG), explains the market opportunity for its gas subsidiary in Cameroon. Foo tells Proactive Investors about the pipe laid under the Wouri River, the thinking behind the share consolidation, and why he hopes it will trigger an uptick in the value of the company.

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    30/10/14

    Sunrise Resources’ Cheetham pleased with gold progress

    Sunrise Resources’ (LON:SRES) executive chairman Patrick Cheetham says he is pleased with the progress being made at its gold projects in Western Australia. Cheetham also touches on the route to production, the company’s access to funds and diamond breakages at the Cue project.

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    30/10/14

    Crimson Tide chairman outlines investment proposition

    Barrie Whipp, the executive chairman of Crimson Tide (LON:TIDE), explains the business model and why the company’s margins are so high. It follows a 36-month contract win with Macdet Hygiene Services for the group’s mpro5 software.

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    30/10/14

    BrainJuicer CEO not interested in takeover

    John Kearon, the chief executive (or chief juicer as he likes to be known) of BrainJuicer (LON:BJU), says he wouldn’t consider a takeover even if a bid came in from the likes of giant marketing rival WPP. “We’re here to compete with WPP and not be bought by them,” he insists. Kearon also talks about potential regions of growth for the company and the advertising campaigns the group has been involved with.

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    29/10/14

    Stratex chairman Hall on Altintepe construction

    Christopher Hall, the chairman of Stratex (LON:STI), speaks to Proactive Investors about the construction of the Altintepe gold project in Turkey. Hall says construction should be completed by the year-end, with first gold poured in the first quarter of next year.

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    29/10/14

    Hummingbird Resources’ Monro on high grade gold results in Mali

    Bert Monro, the head of business development at Hummingbird Resources (LON:HUM), gives his views on the high grade gold results from the Yanfolila project in Mali. Monro says the results are some of the best in the group’s history. He also claims the Ebola outbreak will not affect the company’s operations.

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    29/10/14

    Neil Ritson reveals Solo Oil ‘evaluating an opportunity in North Africa’

    Neil Ritson, the chairman of Solo Oil (LON:SOLO), insists the oil explorer is not shifting its focus primarily to the UK. Ritson says Solo has a ‘broad canvas’ and reveals the company is currently ‘evaluating an opportunity in North Africa’, which may be completed by the end of the year. It comes as the AIM-listed group revealed it is part of consortium which has applied for a licence to explore for oil on the Isle of Wight, adding to its interest in Horse Hill near Gatwick.

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    28/10/14

    Global Minerals CEO: Securing financing now the key

    Tim McCutcheon, the chief executive of Global Minerals (CVE:CTG), says ‘it’s really about getting the financing to move forward’ at its Strieborná silver project in Slovakia, Europe’s only primary silver mining project.  McCutcheon adds the complex used to be an iron ore mining site, which means the infrastructure is already in place, while investors can look forward to the preliminary economic assessment (PEA), due out in the next couple of weeks.

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  • Wall Street investors saying

    Thu 9:35 pm

    Wall Street investors saying "Buy Buy" to October

    With just one trading day (for the U.S.) in October, the traditionally volatile month is turning out to be a positive one. The Dow soared 222 points overnight, and is within range of a fresh all-time high. The ASX SPI 200 is up 25 points to 5483.

  • Australia's All Ords rises, which mineral sands developer jumped 16.67%?

    Thu 6:26 am

    Australia's All Ords rises, which mineral sands developer jumped 16.67%?

    Positive updates from local stocks have pulled the All Ords up 0.5% to 5,457.1 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up 0.9% to 2,394.49 points while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is 11 points to 16,935.

  • Triton Minerals continues graphite success at Nicanda Hill

    Thu 5:55 am

    Triton Minerals continues graphite success at Nicanda Hill

    Drilling has defined two new high grade zones that together with the Mutola zone host all the very high grade mineralisation at Nicanda Hill. This positions Triton Minerals to undertake selective and targeted mining operations going forward.

  • Real Energy could be about to unlock gas riches in Cooper-Eromanga Basin

    Thu 1:41 am

    Real Energy could be about to unlock gas riches in Cooper-Eromanga Basin

    Drilling has intersected encouraging gas shows in the Toolachee and Nappamerri Formations at Real Energy Corporation’s Queenscliff-1 in Queensland. Results of electric logs to be undertaken after reaching total depth will be highly anticipated.

  • US stocks rise as Dow closes up 222 points, lifted by Visa, upbeat data

    Thu 8:05 pm

    US stocks rise as Dow closes up 222 points, lifted by Visa, upbeat data

    U.S. stocks ended higher Thursday, with the Dow given a big lift by Visa as well as upbeat economic data, a day after the Fed showed confidence in the US economy and pulled the plug on its latest quantitative easing program.

  • New Argentina hydrocarbon law a boon for Madalena Energy, spells greater transparency and better incentives

    Thu 6:53 pm

    New Argentina hydrocarbon law a boon for Madalena Energy, spells greater transparency and better incentives

    Madalena, following its acquisition of Gran Tierra’s Argentinean assets in June, now has 14 concessions across Argentina over 1 million net acres of land, compared with three blocks over 132,000 acres previously. It also has a major foothold in an area dominated by industry majors like YPF, Chevron, Total, Exxon and several others. 

  • TSX falls for 2nd day on disappointing earnings, gold price plunge

    Thu 4:59 pm

    TSX falls for 2nd day on disappointing earnings, gold price plunge

    Canadian shares retreated for a second day as investors assessed disappointing corporate results from Goldcorp to Bombardier, and as a slump in the bullion price fueld by upbeat U.S. economic data weighed on gold producers. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) edged down 0.3 percent to 14,491.12 at 12:27 p.m. in Toronto. 

  • Dow pushed higher by Visa as shares rally over 9%

    Thu 4:15 pm

    Dow pushed higher by Visa as shares rally over 9%

    U.S. stocks were mixed in Thursday afternoon trading, as the Dow was lifted in the triple digits by Visa, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 fell behind as investors continued to digest the Fed's more hawkish tone on interest rates, after the central bank ended its latest quantitative easing program yesterday as expected.