John has been covering financial markets since before the FTSE 100 existed, starting out on the Industries and Commodities team at Dun & Bradstreet, before moving on to Datastream, where he was head of the news team for several years. After a succession of management roles at Thomson Reuters he returned to front-line journalism in 2006. Prior to joining Proactive Investors he was managing editor at Sharecast.
Harvest intends to lodge an application with MAPA (the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply) to register Kpfértil as, initially, a remineraliser
The company has continued to invest in its sales force over the first half of the year
The key stock catalyst is still the further signing of bankable off-take contracts, where negotiations continue, noted Liberum Capital Markets
The feasibility study placed a net present value of US$2.3bn on the Elk Creek super-alloys project
Infill drilling continues in the south-west section of the deposit, targeting two gaps in the resource model that could potentially be targeted for mining in the initial years
The 4,200p target price has been left unchanged; the shares currently trade at around 3,383p
Over the past 12 years, Sharp has held a number of senior roles for companies such as Pan American Silver, Silver Standard and others
Cruz's four separate Ontario cobalt prospects are all, appropriately enough, located in the vicinity of the town of Cobalt
Last week, the recovery stocks portfolio selected Pebble Beach Systems, which rose 40% in a week. How will this week's selections do?
The reboot of the "Bombed Out" portfolio has got off to a slow start, but with the addition of fast-moving Pebble Beach, something big could be about to happen (or not)
Having eliminated some of the obvious drawbacks of the original recovery stocks virtual portfolio, it's time to give this momentum trading malarkey another go
Should one try to catch a falling knife? What about when it has bounced off the floor and is heading back up?