covid-19

The impact of COVID-19 on the mining sector

At the time of writing there are over 400 000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across 194 countries. Even the most optimistic analysts expect a global recession.
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Funding in a new economic reality – post COVID-19

Commodity prices and investment in South African mining will no doubt be impacted by measures taken to curb the spread of Covid-19.
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A sad state of affairs as juniors struggle to raise capital

It is Denham Capital’s strategy to partner with local management teams with proven track records and superior technical experience.
Investment

Investors face opportunities amidst COVID-19 market mayhem

In the current market mayhem due to COVID-19, mining sector investors face generational opportunities for high returns—with the right information in hand.
open mineral coal Exxaro

Exxaro Resources approved for a secondary listing on A2X

"A2X is leveraging technology in an effort to reduce trading costs which will lead to cost savings for our investors” - Exxaro CEO Mxolisi Mgojo.
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Fitch lowers commodity price assumptions due to COVID-19

Fitch Ratings has lowered short-term price assumptions for aluminium, nickel, copper, zinc and thermal coal due to COVID-19 pressures.
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The state of insurance in the mining industry

Underwriters have become more selective in the risks that they will consider and markets are reluctant to write any new business.
Nordgold gold

Gold prices swing as markets sell off

Like most asset classes, gold is being affected by the unprecedented economic and financial market conditions in play around the globe.
Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group AAMEG

Stability in Africa – a continuing concern

The AAMEG believes that Africa remains ripe with opportunity for those who know how to navigate its political and legislative pitfalls.
sasol

Sasol liquidity in excess of US$1 billion for next 12 months

Sasol currently has available liquidity of approximately US$2.5 billion with no significant debt maturities before May 2021.

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