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    Seeing Machines CEO on recent strategy rethink

    Seeing Machines (LON:SEE) chief executive Ken Kroeger updates investors on the recent change in strategy and how he hopes to grow the business in a number of sectors.

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    Nanobiotix CFO explains benefits of cash injection

    Philippe Mauberna, the chief financial officer of Euronext-listed Nanobiotix (EPA:NANO), talks about the planned uses for the funding it has just secured. Mauberna adds that ‘it’s a bit early’ for a possible US listing because the company currently has no turnover.

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    Journey Group concentrating on US market, says chairman

    Stephen Yapp, the chairman of Journey Group (LON:JNY), says the American airline industry is the main focus for the in-flight catering specialist. Yapp adds the fundamentals of the business have not changed despite the recent share price decline.

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    Private & Commercial Finance CEO on half-year figures and banking licence

    Scott Maybury, the chief executive of Private & Commercial Finance (LON:PCF), says he is pleased with the half-year results despite a slight delay in obtaining a banking licence. Maybury talks about the competition from challenger banks and the importance of getting its own banking licence.

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    Oilex boss Ron Miller on fundraising and upcoming flow results

    Ron Miller, the managing director of Oilex (LON:OEX, ASX:OEX), talks about the share purchase plan for up to $5mln and why he is pleased with the results so far from the Cambay-77H well in India.

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    Paragon Diamonds chairman on change in approach

    Philip Manduca, the chairman of Paragon Diamonds (LON:PRG), explains the change in approach that the Lesotho-focused diamond miner has taken recently. Manduca also explains the benefits of replacing the group’s equity swap deal with Lanstead for a loan from his own investment group Titanium Capital.

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    AIM-bound Constellation Healthcare speaking to ‘over 30’ acquisitions targets - chairman

    John Johnston, the chairman of Constellation Healthcare Technologies, which has just announced it is to float on AIM, says the medical billing group is speaking to more than 30 companies about potential acquisitions. Johnston says ‘it’s a buyer’s market’, talks about the size of the medical billing market, and explains what sets Constellation apart from the competition.

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    W Resources chairman on Régua’s potential

    Michael Masterman, the chairman of W Resources (LON:WRES), talks about the high-grade resource at the Régua tungsten project in Portugal and progress at the La Parrilla site just down the road. 

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    Kibo Mining CEO on benefits of uranium deal

    Louis Coetzee, the chief executive of Tanzania-focused Kibo Mining (LON:KIBO), tells Proactive Investors about the benefits of its uranium joint venture with Metal Tiger (LON:MTR). Coetzee talks about the ‘hostile’ uranium market and why it’s a good deal for all involved. 

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    Symphony Environmental CEO explains cost efficiency drive

    Michael Laurier, the chief executive of Symphony Environmental Technologies (LON:SYM), explains how the AIM plastics specialist has driven down costs and how it plans to generate a healthy profit. Laurier says the company is gearing up for ‘huge upward growth’ next year and does not expect to return to the market for more funds. 

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  • U.S. stocks end steady; energy slump overpowers retail rally

    Fri 7:10 pm

    U.S. stocks end steady; energy slump overpowers retail rally

    U.S. stocks ended mostly steady in a holiday-shortened session as energy producers retreated on OPEC’s decision to maintain its production levels, overshadowing a rally among retailers. The S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) fell 0.3 percent to 2,067.56 at 1 p.m. in New York was little changed at 11:12 a.m. in New York, as exchanges closed early after the Thanksgiving holiday yesterday. The 30-company Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX:.DJI) was flat at 17,828.24, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite (INDEXNASDAQ:.IXIC) gained less than 0.1 percent to 4,791.63.

  • TSX stretches slump for 3rd day as falling crude, stronger dollar pressure commodity producers

    Fri 5:55 pm

    TSX stretches slump for 3rd day as falling crude, stronger dollar pressure commodity producers

    Canadian shares extended slide for a third day after yesterday’s decision by OPEC to not reduce output levles nudged down crude prices and lifted the U.S. dollar, which in turn weighed on raw-material prices. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) fell 0.9 percent to 14,795.91 at 12:33 p.m. in Toronto. Five shares declined for every three stocks that advanced, as five share groups out of 10 main industries retreated.

  • U.S. stock futures edge lower; Energy tumbles, transportation gains after OPEC decision

    Fri 1:54 pm

    U.S. stock futures edge lower; Energy tumbles, transportation gains after OPEC decision

    U.S. stock-index futures were lower today as the equities market reopens after the Thanksgiving holiday. Energy producers tumbled and airlines stocks advanced after OPEC’s decision to maintain its production target. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and those for the S&P 500 index each lost 0.2. The Nasdaq 100 index rose 0.1 percent. Wall Street was closed for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday yesterday and will shut three hours earlier today.

  • TSX retreats as OPEC refrains from cutting production

    Thu 9:17 pm

    TSX retreats as OPEC refrains from cutting production

    Canadian stocks dropped for a second day, driven by energy producers, after OPEC decided not to trim production and oil prices tumbled to a four-and-a-half year low.