The acquisitive data technology firm bought cyber security group Brookcourt for £30mln in October
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The Jubilee Metals portfolio is set to expand into new jurisdictions
High quality graphite in Madagascar should deliver attractive margins, with more value-add downstream in India
Eurasia is proving adept at negotiating Russia's mining bureaucracy
The City broker has slashed price targets for almost every UK housebuilder, while it has also downgraded a handful of companies in the sector
The deal adds another revenue stream to Jubilee's already profitable South African operations
Works program at the Lake Way sulphate of potash (SOP) project is advancing with the construction of the Williamson Ponds expected to commence shortly.
The company has 121 sites under licence with work underway currently at four of these.
The vanadium miner was fined £700,000, reduced to £490,000, and received a public censure for breaches of two of AIM’s listing rules
"The Kwale mine is now built and operating smoothly and is supported by a healthier minerals sands pricing environment," Berenberg said.
The floor coverings company said it had launched several new ranges in recent months including Palettone – its new, design-led homogenous vinyl sheet collection
In a note to clients, the broker upgraded Barratt, Bovis Homes, and Crest Nicholson to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’ off what it said was an upside of “at least 20%” if a smooth Brexit materialised
The company is aiming to scale-up production at Uis, once one of the world's leading tin mines, after a hiatus of more than 20 years
Gold mineralisation associated with the shear zone and quartz veining has been identified, with alteration in mafic volcanics and mineralisation in altered granitoid intrusion
The specialist residential landlord and asset manager says TfL's selection process will continue into 2019, with a decision expected in the spring
Faisal Rahmatallah, the firm’s chairman said: "Order books are healthy and we expect good sales growth to continue for the foreseeable future if economic conditions remain satisfactory”
The Australia-based miner has a strong balance sheet and is reshaping and upgrading its portfolio wisely, according to UBS analysts
Shanta expects production to top 100,000 ounces of gold a year once its Singida project in Tanzania comes on stream in 2020
The FTSE 250-listed firm said that as a result of the convertible bond repayment, it has now paid down 45% of its gross debt in the last 12 months
“Our strong balance sheet and free cash flow generation, driven by growing earnings and lower capital expenditure, will underpin our commitment to drive shareholder value and a progressive dividend,” said chief executive John Carter.
The Liberum analysts noted that Kier’s management believe the external environment has changed recently - partly as a result of Brexit - and banks, suppliers, customers and bondsmen all want the firm to have lower leverage
Kier said it believes that risks associated with the group's net debt position have recently increased, adding that the cash call will better position it in light of tighter credit markets and more stringent tender pre-qualification requirements
Jubilee Metals will be adding significant extra production capacity in the short to medium term
Exploration effectively came to a halt in 2017 while a new Minerals Act was introduced.
Financial results for 2018 reflect the changes in the PGM and chrome markets, and in Tharisa's approach to production