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    New Paragon Diamonds chairman Manduca spells out vision for company

    Philip Manduca, the new chairman of Paragon Diamonds (LON:PRG), says his first job is to secure funding for the Lesotho-focused diamond explorer. After that, he will look at “broadening the bandwidth of the company once the revenues start coming on stream and the resource is proven”, at which point he thinks Paragon will move downstream into the retail sector.

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    Leni Gas & Oil’s Ritson predicts greater things to come

    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.

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    OPG Power Ventures CFO on company’s strong progress

    The chief financial officer of OPG Power Ventures (LON:OPG), V Narayan Swami, highlights the impressive progress made by the Indian power generation group in recent months. This has been reflected by the share price, which is up 80% so far this year. Swami thinks that it still has plenty of headroom given that two plants are to come on stream “imminently”.

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    Atlantis Resources' £7.5mln ETI contract to reduce tidal power energy cost

    Tim Cornelius, chief executive of Atlantis Resources (LON:ARL), says the contract with the UK's Energy Technologies Institute (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.

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    Kefi Minerals aims to mine more gold from Tulu Kapi

    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.

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    Black Iron 'untouched' by Ukraine unrest - CEO

    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.

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    Azonto Petroleum CEO explains change of focus

    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.

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    Woolf Sung founder on how to invest in fine wines

    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.

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    Market Report: Quindell shares plunge

    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 (LON:ASW) capital reduction rubber stamped.

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    Clinigen boss Peter George on why profits are more important than revenues

    Peter George, the chief executive of Clinigen (LON:CLIN), admits the company “needs to do a better job” of explaining how profits are more important to the Clinical Trials Supply (CTS) business than revenues. His comments follow the company’s acquisition of oncology drug Ethyol from AstraZeneca (LON:AZN). George talks about the lumpy revenues in the CTS business, the drug pipeline and what investors can look forward to in the coming months.

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  • ASX200 rise on support from miners, bankers

    7:56 am

    ASX200 rise on support from miners, bankers

    Overseas leads have sent the ASX200 up 0.2% to 5,651.2 points with miners and bankers making gains. Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up 0.02% to 2,207.56 points while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini is up 10 points to 17,107.

  • A-Cap Resources makes broad uranium intersections at Letlhakane

    4:34 am

    A-Cap Resources makes broad uranium intersections at Letlhakane

    Resource drilling at A-Cap Resources’ Letlhakane Uranium Deposit in Botswana has confirmed the presence and continuity of higher grade uranium mineralisation within the shallow areas proposed for early mining. It also provides valuable information required for the pit optimisation study.

  • Regeneus receives AFL approval for use of HiQCell® stem cell therapy

    2:59 am

    Regeneus receives AFL approval for use of HiQCell® stem cell therapy

    The Australian Football League’s approval for the case-by-case use of Regeneus HiQCell® stem cell therapy to treat injured players is a significant step forward for Regeneus with a high profile sporting authority. The regenerative therapy has also received clearance from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority.

  • Apollo Minerals commences drilling at Mars Aurora Tank

    1:46 am

    Apollo Minerals commences drilling at Mars Aurora Tank

    Apollo Minerals has now commenced a drilling program at the highly prospective Mars Aurora Tank Project, which may if successful be comparable in size and style given magnetic signatures to IOCG mineralisation evident at the nearby Prominent Hill Mine. Apollo's shares are expected to firm.

  • U.S. shares waver in light volume

    8:54 pm

    U.S. shares waver in light volume

    U.S. stocks seesawed between gains and losses in the afternoon on a day of light volume, pausing after the S&P 500 index closed above 2000 for the first time. The S&P 500 slid less than 0.1 percent to 1,9999 at 3:43 p.m. in New York. The 30-company Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.1 percent, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite (INDEXNASDAQ:.IXIC) fell 0.1 percent.

  • TSX skids as commodity producers overshadow National Bank; Tim Hortons drops

    6:22 pm

    TSX skids as commodity producers overshadow National Bank; Tim Hortons drops

    Canadian shares eased back as slump in raw-material and energy producers and Tim Hortons overpowered gains at National Bank of Canada after it posted stronger quarterly profit. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) retreated less than 0.1 percent to 15,613.19 at 12:48 p.m. in Toronto. More than two shares declined for every stock that advanced, with six out of 10 major industries down.

  • U.S. stock futures slightly rise; Tiffany, Express, Michaels in focus

    2:01 pm

    U.S. stock futures slightly rise; Tiffany, Express, Michaels in focus

    U.S. stock index futures slightly rose today, suggesting the market's recent upswing that has taken indexes to repeated records was set to continue with little on the horizon to derail the rally. With no major economic reports on tap, earnings reports from Tiffany & Co. and Express Inc. were instead in focus.

  • U.S. shares gain, S&P 500 back at 2000-point level

    Tue 8:54 pm

    U.S. shares gain, S&P 500 back at 2000-point level

    U.S. stocks advanced, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index above 2,000, after a report showed the biggest ever jump in durable-goods orders and consumer confidence unexpectedly increased. The S&P 500 inched up 0.2 percent to 2,001.03 at 3:49 p.m. in New York. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.2 percent, while the Nasdaq Composite edged up 0.3 percent.