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2May 2017

Verditek Plc – Intention to float on AIM

Verditek plc, a holding company with three businesses operating within the clean technology sector with proven products considered as being at the point of commercialisation, is pleased to announce its intention to seek admission of its shares to trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange (“Admission”). Dealings are expected to commence on AIM in May 2017.

1May 2017

Salt Lake Potash Ltd (ASX:AIM:SO4) Sulphate of Potash (SOP) assets in Australia

Very few picked up on this company when it did a placing last Thursday 27 April, a story about a Project that has the potential to host a large, high grade salt lake brine project to produce highly sought after Sulphate of Potash (SOP) for domestic and international fertiliser markets.

With a market cap of less than £40m,  SO4 could this be the next Sirius? Lower capex requirement, an established high value end product, and none of Sirius’ massive underground engineering challenges.

Share Price: 27.00

1May 2017

Trump: 100 Days Of Ineptitude

Now in 2017 it is perhaps the case that the dying mainstream media, and the emerging social media based giants are perhaps around level pegging in terms of influence. The former on the way down is meeting the latter on the way up. This is even though the newbies won in 2016, with Brexit and Trump.

1May 2017

Regency Mines (AIM:RGM) Newsletter Update & Q&A, Interview catch up

Regency Mines Plc announces, progress at the Rosa metallurgical coal mine (“Rosa”, held through Carbon Minerals Corporation or “CMC”) located in Alabama, United States of America, in the Warrior Coal Basin, and at Vali Carbon Corporation (“VCC”). Regency owns 20% of CMC and 20% of VCC.

Today we publish the new RGM brochure along with a Q&A, interview with Andrew Bell that we published last month.

30Apr 2017

The Big Short – One trader’s gambled £80m on the demise of US shopping malls

Short call: Wall Street trader Eric Yip is betting shopping malls will collapse

Eric Yip spent his childhood working in his parents’ store at a shopping mall in a small New Jersey town. The family sold homewares and T-shirts from the Burlington Center.

In the early 1980s, the 103,000 sq ft retail complex had more than 100 stores and was the heart of the community, credited with creating a development boom in the town.

Today, though, just a handful of shops remain and it is virtually silent.

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