Bellevue Gold is ready to advance its growth strategy at the Bellevue gold project in Western Australia after acquiring firm commitments for $26.5 million in a share placement.
Marmota chairman Colin Rose has awarded one million of his personal shares in the company to three employees, claiming the company is in “its strongest financial position in years”.
Oil and gas giant Shell is parting ways with Woodside Petroleum after a long relationship as a key shareholder of the Australian company.
Rio Tinto has completed a $750 million off-market buy-back of the company’s shares, an increase on a $700 million target it had previously set due to strong demand.
Rio Tinto plans to buy back another $US2.5 billion ($3.1 billion) worth of shares, returning the proceeds from the sale of Coal & Allied to shareholders.
Glencore has announced an agreement to sell $2.5 billion of its Agricultural Products to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Canada’s largest pension fund.
Newmont has sold its major share in Australian gold miner Regis Resources.
St Barbara has carried out a buyback of US$10 million worth of its senior secured notes.
The ASX has taken a battering on resources stocks overnight, after analysts advised shareholders to batten down the hatches.
The ongoing commodity price slide has seen BHP shares reach the lowest point on the ASX in more than ten years, lower even than the trough caused by the Global Financial Crisis.
Fortescue Metals has used the September quarter wisely, paying back $US384 million in debt.
The former CEO of Morgan Stanley used Glencore’s sharemarket slump as a chance to buy up stocks.
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Engineering and construction firm Monadelphous has entered a trading halt as it prepares to announce a contractual claim against the company.
MacMahon will receive a payout of $19 million as settlement relating to termination of a shaft-sinking contract in 2013.
Sandfire Resources entered a trading halt on Friday afternoon after it was announced that OZ Minerals would offload its shares in the company.
Caterpillar has announced it will carry out an enormous $2.5 billion stock buyback this year.
Rare earths miner Lynas is seeking to raise up to $40 million from shareholders as it looks to address its working capital levels.
China’s largest steelmaker, Baosteel, has announced a joint conditional off-market takeover of West Australian mining company Aquila Resources.