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  • ASX All Ords tumbles, but which potash play will reign in Spain?

    7:00 am

    ASX All Ords tumbles, but which potash play will reign in Spain?

    It wasn't a pretty day on the ASX today - with the All Ordinaries tanking at the open and not recovering.

    One company today delivered a milestone study for one of the potentially most profitable potash operations globally.

  • Botswana Metals has cash flow potential with joint venture partner

    1:00 am

    Botswana Metals has cash flow potential with joint venture partner

    Botswana Metals strategically located tenements have the potential for cash flow in less than a year, as joint venture partner and local nickel mining and smelting company BCL Limited is running out of ore.

    Maibele North will have a JORC 2012 resource in early April 2015.

  • Waratah Resources awarded new licences in Gabon

    1:00 am

    Waratah Resources awarded new licences in Gabon

    The three new licences are prospective for a number of commodities and increase Waratah Resources’ footprint in Gabon to over 6,000 square kilometres.

    In particular, the Tchibanga Licence could be located in a minerals hot spot given that AIM-listed IronRidge Resources recently raised £9.7 million to fund its iron ore projects.

  • Anatolia Energy is now drilling at the Sefaatli uranium project

    12:00 am

    Anatolia Energy is now drilling at the Sefaatli uranium project

    Drilling at Sefaatli in 2014 returned high grade intersections including 2.5 metres at 2,150ppm eU3O8, 6.2 metres at 810ppm eU3O8, 4.3 metres at 930ppm eU3O8 including 0.5 metres at 2,240ppm eU3O8.

  • Intellipharmaceutics jumps on clinical trial results, IND filing for abuse-deterrent pain drug

    4:12 pm

    Intellipharmaceutics jumps on clinical trial results, IND filing for abuse-deterrent pain drug

    Intellipharmaceutics International (TSE:I) (NASDAQ:IPCI) said it is looking forward to guidance from the FDA after submitting an investigational new drug (IND) filing for Rexista Oxycodone XR tablets, and a pre-IND submission for Regabatin, a non-generic extended release version of pain drug pregabalin, following phase I test results.

  • UnitedHealth to buy Catamaran for $12.8bln to boost its pharmacy business

    2:45 pm

    UnitedHealth to buy Catamaran for $12.8bln to boost its pharmacy business

    UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH), the largest U.S. health insurer, agreed to buy pharmacy benefit manager Catamaran (NASDAQ:CTRX) (TSE:CCT) for about $12.8 billion in a move to boost its pharmacy benefit business. UnitedHealth will pay $61.50 a share, financing the acquisition with cash and debt, the companies said in a statement today.

  • Future Shop's doors close as Best Buy consolidates in Canada

    2:33 pm

    Future Shop's doors close as Best Buy consolidates in Canada

    Best Buy said it would immediately close 66 Future Shop stores across Canada, while 65 others have been temporarily closed to allow for their transition to Best Buy outlets.

  • Wall Street holds gains after consumer spending edges up 0.1%

    1:40 pm

    Wall Street holds gains after consumer spending edges up 0.1%

    U.S. stock futures rose sharply higher in early trading Monday, after breaking a losing streak at the end of last week. Still, all three major U.S. averages posted steep weekly losses, and with the first quarter ending tomorrow, the S&P 500 is barely positive for the year.