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    01/08/14

    GoldSource Mines president outlines opportunity

    Yannis Tsitos, president of Toronto junior GoldSource Mines (CVE:GXS), explains the benefits of the company’s Eagle Mountain Gold project in Guyana. Tsitos talks about the mining downturn and why he is bullish about the demand for metals.

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    30/07/14

    Tethys Petroleum chairman says Tajikistan the ‘jewel in our crown’

    Dr David Robson, the executive chairman of Tethys Petroleum (LON:TPL, TSE:TPL), explains why the Central Asian gas group’s Tajikistan acreage is “the jewel in our crown”. Robson is “very confident” of reaching the near-threefold increase in gas production predicted in Kazakhstan for next year and says the company is working towards securing a gas sales agreement with PetroChina. He also says the company is too busy to make any acquisitions and says that includes Tethys’s Kazakh neighbours Max Petroleum (LON:MXP), which recently put up the ‘for sale’ sign.

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    30/07/14

    Aureus Mining CEO on IFC funding and future growth

    David Reading, the chief executive of gold exploration and development company Aureus Mining (LON:AUE, TSE:AUE), tells Proactive Investors the IFC deal has many advantages for the company and its shareholders and is creating a strong platform for future growth. Reading is confident that the first gold will be mined early in 2015.

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    29/07/14

    iTagged CEO Keith Jordan introduces new social networking app

    Keith Jordan talks Proactive Investors through his new social networking app iTagged, which allows users to tag the world around them. The founder and chief executive of the privately-owned, Dublin-based company explains how he plans to monetise iTagged, which will remain ad free but also free to download. Jordan also talks fundraising, competition and why privacy is so important to the company.

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    29/07/14

    Active Energy CEO: We’re having a great year

    Richard Spinks, chief executive of Active Energy (LON:AEG), says the Ukraine crisis has not affected the AIM-listed biomass group operationally. Spinks says that while the situation in Ukraine has been difficult on a personal level, it has meant favourable currency movements for the business. He also talks about the recent forestry deal with the indigenous locals in Alberta, Canada, which he claims will help to derisk the business.

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    28/07/14

    Forbidden Technologies’ Streater highlights ‘huge opportunity’ in US

    Stephen Streater, the chief executive of Forbidden Technologies (LON:FBT), predicts that customers in the US will switch to the cloud, which will play into the hands of the video editing specialist.  His comments follow half-year results, including a heavier loss of £1.2 million and slightly lower revenues of £350,000, which stemmed from increased investment in R&D and staff.

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    28/07/14

    Globo chief confirms US listing plans

    Costis Papadimitrakopoulos, the CEO of Globo (LON:GBO), admits a US listing is “something we are examining”. It comes alongside the mobile business software specialist’s first-half results, which showed revenues and profits a shade ahead of expectations, giving the share price a 5% lift on the day.

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    28/07/14

    Aurasian Minerals chairman confident of securing licences

    Tony Shearer, chairman of Aurasian Minerals (LON:AUM), formerly Triple Plate Junction, is hopeful of securing the mining licences the company has its eye on in South East Asia. Shearer is keeping his cards close to his chest in terms of where these licences will be, but says the focus is on four countries: Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and possibly Indonesia. It comes after a tough few years for the AIM-listed miner, which has shifted its focus away from Papua New Guinea.

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    22/07/14

    Global Cobalt’s Sarjeant outlines plans after encouraging technical report

    Paul Sarjeant, the vice president of exploration at TSX Venture-listed Global Cobalt (CVE:GCO), talks investors through the results of the recently completed NI 43-101 report on the Karakul cobalt project in Central Asia. Sarjeant says the winter exploration campaign confirmed historic drill results, demonstrating continuity of system along the western edge of the project. He also highlights the importance of being close to the Chinese market, where demand for cobalt is on the rise.

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    22/07/14

    Condor Gold's La India project is a 'company maker' says CEO

    Mark Child, chief executive of Condor Gold  (LON:CNR), explains why the high grades at its La India project in Nicaragua sets the company apart from its AIM-listed peers. Of the 500-plus gold deposits in the world, the average grade is just above one gram per tonne, whereas La India project's grade is 3.8 grams per tonne. Child says it's this district which is a company-maker. He also reminds investors that the upcoming pre-feasibility results are being conducted on a base case, not including the inferred resources.

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  • S&P 500 has worst week in two years

    4:47 am

    S&P 500 has worst week in two years

    U.S. stocks trimmed losses substantially by late Friday afternoon as investors digested mixed economic reports and comments from two Fed speakers, following a sharp fall for stocks on Thursday. Gold jumped 1%. The ASX SPI 200 is off 26 points to 5473.

  • ASX200 falls 1.4%, bright spots remain

    Fri 8:10 am

    ASX200 falls 1.4%, bright spots remain

    Australian stocks have marked their biggest fall since Mid-March with the ASX200 down 1.4% to 5,556.4 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index  fell 0.48% while in pre-open markets the Dow Mini gained 28 points to 16,522.

  • Cape Lambert Resources reaches settlement with ATO

    Fri 6:45 am

    Cape Lambert Resources reaches settlement with ATO

    The settlement with the ATO is a significant for Cape Lambert Resources given that it removes the remaining liability of $79 million through the final payment of just $2.4 million. It will now finalise plans for a distribution to shareholders and focus on the Marampa Iron Ore Project in Sierra Leone.

  • Alexium International Group targets revenue growth in next quarter

    Fri 3:40 am

    Alexium International Group targets revenue growth in next quarter

    Alexium has over a dozen development/trial projects with potential customers that resulted from its attendance at North America’s only trade show dedicated solely to technical textiles. Each project represents a significant ($0.5 million) pa. ave. revenue opportunity with small sales on all products already booked for the upcoming quarter.

  • Dow narrows losses after mixed data; LinkedIn jumps

    Fri 8:12 pm

    Dow narrows losses after mixed data; LinkedIn jumps

    U.S. stocks trimmed losses substantially by late Friday afternoon as investors digested mixed economic reports and comments from two Fed speakers, following a sharp fall for stocks on Thursday. 

  • Belo Sun gains after federal court of appeals rules in its favour

    Fri 6:45 pm

    Belo Sun gains after federal court of appeals rules in its favour

    Shares of Belo Sun Mining (TSE:BSX) rallied this afternoon shortly after the company announced that the Federal Court of Appeal in Brazil ruled that its preliminary license on its Volta Grande gold project is fully valid and in force.

  • TSX stretches losses as oil slips, U.S. jobs growth disappoints

    Fri 6:12 pm

    TSX stretches losses as oil slips, U.S. jobs growth disappoints

    Canadian shares extended their drop for a second day, as oil prices slumped and U.S. employers added fewer jobs than forecast. The resource-heavy benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) slid 1.1 percent to 15,164.52 at 12:48 p.m. in Toronto. More than two shares declined for every stock that advanced as all of the 10 main groups retreated. 

  • Wall Street drops further as investors take in mixed data

    Fri 5:26 pm

    Wall Street drops further as investors take in mixed data

    U.S. stocks fell Friday early afternoon as investors digested mixed results from economic reports this morning and comments from two Fed speakers, following a sharp fall for stocks on Thursday.