Philip has more than 20 years' experience writing about companies, general finance and investing matters for a variety of publications. His career has involved spells at the Investors Chronicle, where he was small companies and companies editor, Investors Week and most recently as editor of online financial news wire Sharecast. He has also contributed to a wide range of financial-focused publications on a freelance basis.
UK brick manufacturing is facing stock shortages with demand exceeding supply and cost inflation
Kisinka, a 53 sq km block, so far has seen field mapping over a significant portion of the licence
Beaufort Securities was placed into insolvency this morning by the FCA
The move was “to protect assets from dissipation and protect the customers of both firms," the regulator said in a statement.
A general shareholders meeting is scheduled for 13 April with the AIM cancellation expected to take place on 24 April.
Premier has a 49% interest and is the operator at RHA
'The copper price has risen consistently over the last 12 months and should remain strong'
Aurenere, in Spain, contains an extension of the tungsten and gold strike at Couflens, believes Apollo
Redx said today it has £13.6mln in the bank, which should last it into early 2019
In a £1bn deal, won against five other tenders, Morrison's will supply Safeway products and other national brands to 1,300 McColl's stores and 350 newsagents
British Telecom is developing a habit for unpleasant surprises