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@marketwiredKhan Files Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2016 Financial Results @marketwired/khan-files-fiscal-year-ended-september-30-2016-financial-8d26c$KRI-CN$KRI
The company has been having a tough year with a hefty tax assessment from the Dutch tax authority. The company has now approved an 85 cent per share return of capital as the company is seeking to voluntary liquidate itself and end the business. The company did receive $70 million from the Government of Mongolia back in May.
@GoldfingerMore confirmation that equity market sentiment is toppy ~~~> " Investors Intelligence #bulls above 60% for the first time since mid-'14."
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@nlepanFaced with the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity, Japan's Toshiba is running out of fixes: it is burning cash, cannot issue shares and has few easy assets left to sell. Toshiba says it will be weeks before it can give a final number, but a writedown of the scale expected - as much as 500 billion yen ($4.3 billion), according to one source close to Toshiba - would leave the group scrambling to plug the financial hole and keep up hefty investments in the competitive memory chip industry, which generates the bulk of its operating profit. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-toshiba-accounting-options-analysis-idUSKBN14I12J
@nlepanThe world's largest oil trader, Vitol, has clinched a deal with the National Iranian Oil Co. to loan it an equivalent of $1 billion in euros guaranteed by future exports of refined products. It highlights the speed of the oil industry recovery in Iran just a year after lifting of sanctions, which is allowing Tehran to claw back oil market share from arch-rival Saudi Arabia. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-vitol-oil-idUSKBN14O0HR#energy#oil#Iran
@marketwiredEric Sprott Announces Investment in Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. @marketwired/eric-sprott-announces-investment-in-kirkland-lake-gold Mr. Sprott bought 1,000 common shares of Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. at a price of $7.21 per share for total consideration of $7,210. After the acquisition, Mr. Sprott beneficially owns and controls directly and indirectly 19,179,195 shares of the Corporation and options to acquire 150,000 shares, representing approximately 9.5% of the outstanding shares. $KLG
@newswireSilverCrest Appoints John Wright to Board @newswire/silvercrest-appoints-john-wright-to-board$SIL Mr. Wright was a founder, director and former President and Chief Operating Officer of Pan American Silver Corp. He has also been a director of Lumina Copper Corp., Northern Peru Copper Corp., Regalito Copper Corp. and Capstone Mining Corp.
@marketwiredPeru Securities Commission removes suspension of Trading Order on Minera IRL Ltd shares and confirms the "primary" status of BVL listing @marketwired/peru-securities-commission-removes-suspension-of-trading-14ec9$MIRL The company can resume trading on the Lima Exchange and this confirms that the companies shares are considered to be "domestic" securities subject to Peruvian securities regulation. The company is still awaiting from the Ontario Securities Commission to rescind their trading order on the company. Furthermore, the company is exploring the possibilities of a London relisting as well.
@RocketRed$MRS Mission Ready arranges $1.1-million financing Mission Ready Services Inc. has arranged a non-brokered private placement of up to 11 million units at 10 cents per unit for gross proceeds of up to $1.1-million.
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@LeonThe Dollar dominance of US companies in international finance provide the US government with tremendous power over all participants in the formal non-cash financial system. It can make everybody conform to American law rather than to their local or international rules. Just think about $DB which had to negotiate with the US treasury for months whether they would have to pay a fine of 14 billion dollars and most likely go broke, or get away with seven billion and survive. If you have the power to bankrupt the largest banks even of large countries, you have power over their governments, too. #politics#TTP#TTIP#warOncashwww.globalresearch.ca/a-well-kept-open-secret-washington-is-behind-indias-brutal-demonetization-project/5566167
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@QuantumMarch #copper contract up +0.06. Discussion yesterday on which way it would break. Would love a technical look if anyone has one.
@RocketRed$Kenya Mining Sector ? Ya right they scammed Paw out of there 100 Billion Deposit Government is Corrupt there
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@nlepanIn 2010, the US Congress passed the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which included a provision, Section 1502, mandating that companies listed on American stock markets disclose whether their products contain conflict minerals: #tantalum, #tin, #tungsten, and #gold originating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or adjoining countries. In research conducted by the Harvard Business Review, they found that only 1% of companies were able to declare that products were conflict-free beyond a reasonable doubt. Of the rest, 19% declared that they had no reason to believe their products contained DRC conflict minerals. The remaining 80% admitted that they were unable to determine their raw materials’ country of origin. https://hbr.org/2017/01/80-of-companies-dont-know-if-their-products-contain-conflict-minerals?
@nlepanWhat is the point of spam e-mail? It is cheap. Spam is the modern version paper-based junk mail. By reducing the cost of communication, the internet turbocharges that business model. Spending that on e-mail would yield a cost of a tiny fraction of a dollar per message. Even if only one user in a million is conned into buying some dubious pills, the revenues far outweigh the costs. http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2017/01/economist-explains-1?
@MiningBookGuy@RocketRed - ok. anyway, all you have to do is look at $ACA.L (formerly African Barrick) to see there is serious interest in #Kenya right now. And $ACA.L did the JV with $AAX. It's an emerging mining country for sure, and I liked that video I posted.