China Africa Resources plc (LON:CAF) the London Stock Exchange AIM listed natural resource exploration and development company is pleased to announce it has signed an Investment Agreement with US Lithium (Pty) Ltd (“USL”), a private Australian company, to acquire up to a 47.5% shareholding in USL.
Gil Holzman, (President & Chief Executive Officer) speaks to Share Talk, Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas, a Canadian oil explorer, will list on London’s junior AIM market today, 8 February 2017, raising 4.8 million pounds ($6 million) to help finance a drilling campaign offshore Guyana with partner Tullow Oil.
He is the most successful and influential investor you have probably never heard of. His writings are so coveted and followed by Wall Street that a used copy of a book he wrote several decades ago about investing starts at $795 on Amazon, and a new copy sells for as much as $3,500.
Perhaps that’s why a private letter he wrote to his investors a little over two weeks ago about investing during the age of President Trump — and offering his thoughts on the current state of the hedge fund industry — has quietly become the most sought-after reading material on Wall Street.
Exclusive: Share Talk speak with Alex Lemon ( Co- founder -President) of London listed AIM company Mkango Resources from Cape Town, South Africa
He is in Cape Town, South Africa attending the African Mining: 6-9 February 2017 – World’s Largest Mining Investment Event along with the MKA team. Today he gives a very descriptive update on the company and what share holders can expect short term.
Image of shrine in Baotou City, epicentre of China’s rare earth industry, by Matthew Stinson.
By 2025 China’s domestic demand for neodymium oxide for permanent magnets alone is poised to exceed global production
Two state-owned companies will build a copper mine on Unesco world heritage site Mes Aynak.
Two state-owned Chinese mining companies are planning to destroy ancient Buddhist city Mes Aynak in Afghanistan, according to a documentary.
In the Netflix film ‘Saving Mes Aynak’ archaeologists say that they have to excavate the Unesco World Heritage site quickly, “otherwise everything will be destroyed by a Chinese copper mine.”