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    21/11/14

    Mwana Africa chief expects ‘substantial’ earnings increase

    Kalaa Mpinga, the chief executive of Mwana Africa (LON:MWA), says the Zimbabwe-based group can expect a ‘substantial increase’ in the bottom line once its nickel smelter is up and running. It comes as its subsidiary Bindura was granted prescribed asset status by Zimbabwe’s finance ministry, which clears the way for a funding to re-start the mine’s smelter.

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    20/11/14

    Ceres Power CEO explains change in strategy

    Phil Caldwell, the chief executive of Ceres Power Holdings (LON:CWR), explains the shift in strategy that has seen the fuel cell technology group target the global market rather than just the UK. Caldwell says the cost base has been ‘dramatically reduced’ and his aim now is to boost revenues to drive the top-line growth.

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    20/11/14

    JLEN’s Hardy on interims, fire and the outlook for power prices

    David Hardy, investment advisor at John Laing Environmental Assets Group (LON:JLEN), speaks to Proactive Investors about the group’s first financial figures since it floated on the London Stock Exchange in March. Hardy says the fire at the Frog Island waste facility has not impacted the fund and says the group will come back to the market for more funds once its £50mln credit facility is used up, but adds that there is no timeline for that.

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    20/11/14

    Gulfsands Petroleum’s Judge on Waterford bid to oust him

    Ken Judge, commercial director at Gulfsands Petroleum (LON:GPX), gives his views on the plan by 26% Russian shareholder Waterford Finance & Investment to remove him and the chief executive  from the board. Judge says Waterford ‘obviously had some knowledge of’ the transactions unveiled on Wednesday and by making the announcement it ‘would influence the outcome’ of the loan financing deal and partnership with Dubai-registered Arawak Energy.

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    20/11/14

    Surface Transforms chairman on plans for placing funds

    David Bundred, chairman of Surface Transforms (LON:SCE), explains the plans for the £1.5mln the ceramic brake specialist is hoping to raise through a placing and open offer. ‘Do not underestimate the scale of our ambition in this £1bn market,’ Bundred says.

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    19/11/14

    Kibo Mining CEO Louis Coetzee gives strategy update

    Louis Coetzee, the chief executive of Kibo Mining (LON:KIBO), updates investors on the Tanzania-focused company’s strategy.

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    19/11/14

    Seplat Petroleum chairman hoping to deliver on IPO promises

    Dr ABC Orjiako, the chairman of Seplat Petroleum Development Company (LON:SEPL), is hoping to keep the promises the Nigerian oil and gas firm made when it listed in London in April, including the acquisition of new assets and increasing reserves and production. Seplat’s chairman explains the acquisition strategy, the oil price at which it breaks even, and also talks about corporate governance, which has become an important factor for London-based investors in companies from emerging markets.

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    19/11/14

    Keywords Studios CEO on IPO, acquisitions and the importance of Christmas

    Andrew Day, the chief executive of video gaming specialist Keywords Studios (LON:KWS), speaks to Proactive Investors about the company’s business model and its plans for more acquisitions. Day also talks about the ‘hiccups’ experienced by the gaming market during the launch of the latest consoles, the Xbox One and the PS4.

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    19/11/14

    Herbert Smith Freehills’ Bethel on state of debt financing in the oil industry

    Thomas Bethel, energy finance lawyer at Herbert Smith Freehills, gives his views on the state of debt financing in the oil industry. Bethel also explains how the oil price decline will affect the outlook.

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    18/11/14

    Niger Delta Exploration ‘seriously looking at’ London listing

    Dr Layi Fatona, managing director of Niger Delta Exploration & Production, says the Nigerian oil and gas explorer is ‘seriously looking at’ a secondary listing in London. Fatona says the company is looking for investors with ‘deep pockets of capital’ and tells how the company first raised money - by selling the story to potential investors on the street. 

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  • Dow rallies to within one per cent of 18,000 point milestone

    Fri 10:12 pm

    Dow rallies to within one per cent of 18,000 point milestone

    U.S. stocks surged Friday, but pared early morning gains sparked after ECB President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut. The ASX SPI 200 has jumped 52 points to 5360.

  • ASX heads lower; not all iron ore bears in the Forrest

    Fri 6:21 am

    ASX heads lower; not all iron ore bears in the Forrest

    Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest scared off the iron ore bears today when he decided $2.75 was "just right" to buy $11 million worth of Fortescue shares, the company he founded. The stock even managed to close with a gain!

  • KGL Resources identifies new targets at Jervois

    Fri 12:00 am

    KGL Resources identifies new targets at Jervois

    Geophysics has now identified new targets at Jervois which will be followed up with drilling. The project is already one of the highest grade copper open pit projects in Australia, with significant silver credits and lead / zinc potential.

  • Wall Street records tumble; will Dow hit 18,000 points in 2014?

    Thu 9:40 pm

    Wall Street records tumble; will Dow hit 18,000 points in 2014?

    With Wall Street continuing to break new records, we need to ask - When will the Dow hit 18,000 points? The index is just 282 points shy, so if the rally continues it could be December 2014. Oil gained and gold fell. The ASX SPI 200 is up eleven points to 5328.

  • Wall Street rises on China, Europe moves, but trims earlier gains

    Fri 7:53 pm

    Wall Street rises on China, Europe moves, but trims earlier gains

    U.S. stocks surged Friday, but pared early morning gains sparked after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut.

  • Dominion Diamond gains on better-than-expected Q3 production, Dundee Capital expects upward rerating

    Fri 6:47 pm

    Dominion Diamond gains on better-than-expected Q3 production, Dundee Capital expects upward rerating

    Dominion Diamond (TSE:DDC) shares were jumping Friday after the company posted third quarter production slightly ahead of expectations, as its Ekati mine in the Northwest Territories continued to benefit from increased small stone recovery.

  • TSX extends rally for 6th day as China trims interest rates

    Fri 5:43 pm

    TSX extends rally for 6th day as China trims interest rates

    Canadian shares stretched their rally for a sixth day, sending their benchmark gauge to its highest level in two months, as investors welcomed a move by China, the nation’s second-largest trading partner, to slash interest rates. The resource-sensitive Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.1 percent to 15,092.76 at 12:16 p.m. in Toronto. Six out of 10 share groups declined.

  • Wall Street soars on Europe, China central bank moves

    Fri 4:31 pm

    Wall Street soars on Europe, China central bank moves

    U.S. stocks surged Friday to new records after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut.