Angus Energy plc is a company Share Talk has covered a lot since the IPO in November 2016. ANGS has announcements three updates this month alone. They update on Brockham oil field operations along with Investor Conference Call and today RNS Update on NEX Exchange Bond Issue.
AIM-listed online estate agent Purplebricks has delivered an impressive set of full year results and is expanding into Australia and the US. So could this be the end for high commission fees with traditional estate agents? Plus, French president Emmanuel Macron gets one over on the UK by inviting US president Trump to the Bastille Day celebrations in France.
Brian McMaster, chairman of Jangada Mines Plc (AIM:JAN) speak with Share Talk today about what he believe is South America’s largest and most developed PGM asset, purchased from Anglo American.
Phoenix Global Mining Ltd is pleased to announce the admission to trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange plc (‘AIM’) of its entire issued share capital (‘Admission’) and commencement of dealings at 8.00 a.m. today under the ticker PGM.
Share Talk has an exclusive interview with Dennis Thomas, CEO & Director & Richard Wilkins CFO & Director.
The Company is an international oil and gas exploration and development company focused in offshore West Africa. The Company holds a 17% working interest in Block LB-13, offshore Liberia, with ExxonMobil Liberia the operator holding an 83% working interest.
MetalNRG plc (NEX:MNRG), the natural resource investing company quoted on the NEX Exchange Growth Market in London, is pleased to announce an agreement to acquire cobalt licences in Western Australia (hereinafter “the “Palomino Cobalt Project” or the “Project”).
Will investors finally find out exactly how much they pay for funds? ‘Single all-in fee’ backed by watchdogs – but not until new EU rules start in early 2018.
Victoria Oil & Gas Plc (“VOG” or “the Company”) is pleased to provide an update on the two well drilling programme at the Company’s Logbaba gas production site, located in the industrial port city of Douala, Cameroon.
It was just the one that got caught
The downfall of Travis Kalanick should show the world of would-be tech entrepreneurs that they need better role models; that they need to stop looking up to the spoilt brats who lead some of Silicon Valley’s most hyped companies and the investors who fund their misbehavior.
Mark Johnson from the TheBizLounge covers today’s top stories.
Troubled FTSE 250 bus and rail firm Stagecoach took a whopping £129m hit on its East Coast Rail franchise, but at least the divi’s been increased. And search engine mega firm Google should consider its €2.4bn fine by the EU a fair cop.