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Plus500 accepts cheeky bid from Playtech
Playtech has offered Plus500 shareholders 400p in cash per share, valuing the company at just �459 million compared with almost �900 million last month.
Why Sable Mining Africa is up 344%
This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall.
Chinese private equity pumps millions into Range Resources
"This deal might just be the 'firm foundation' that the company is hoping will provide the springboard for future sustainable growth but they will understand if the shareholders, like the jury, remain out until solid proof of a Lazarus-like recovery is ...
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Continental Coal doubles, but has further to go
On the production side, leaving aside Botswana for now, the company is now operating three thermal coal-mining operations in South Africa, with a combined run-of-mine (ROM) production rate of 2.8 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of thermal coal for ...
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Wolf Minerals a 'buy' - analyst
The fixed-price, fixed-term engineer procure construct (EPC) contract is for the design, construction and commissioning of a three million tonne-per-annum tungsten and tin mineral-processing plant, plus associated infrastructure, which will form "the ...
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AIM's fastest growing companies
Clearly, there is always risk associated with this type of company. Growth assumptions are baked into valuations and any earnings-miss will certainly be punished.
Lease Your Roof for the Solar Energy Revolution
The California-based company Solar City, the state's top residential solar power provider according to California's Public Utilities Commission, is rapidly growing the leasing approach for homeowners.
Transense Technologies Plc Extended 1p Support Zone
Most traders will be all too familiar with the concept of “catching a falling knife”, with the problem in such circumstances tending to be that having bought low there is the dilemma of whether to add to a position - doubling up, or simply head for the ...