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13 Mar 2017 (AFR) - Commodity price revival lifts mining IPO prospects

(13 March 2017, AFR, p15, by Tess Ingram)

‘More mining and exploration companies could¬†list on the ASX in the first quarter of 2017 than in the whole of 2016 as commodity price stability encourages investors to revisit more speculative stocks. 49 more words

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How To Predict Forex?

The major concept in the capitalism world is how to predict the future of world money! Forex is the world money market that always moves. Presently, the foreign exchange market is one of the largest and most liquid financial markets in the world. 426 more words

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Benefits of Commodity Markets

The primary objectives of any futures exchange are authentic price discovery and an efficient price risk management. The beneficiaries include those who trade in the commodities being offered in the exchange as well as those who have nothing to do with futures trading. 705 more words


Commodities Could Be Trouble in 2017

Have we been lured into complacency with commodities that have fallen over the past year impacting cost of major raw materials and our profitability? With corn over 40% down, copper 38% down and wheat more than 30% down, it is apparent that we have enjoyed significant market opportunities. 331 more words

9 Jan 2017 (AFR) - Commodity price rally won't stimulate new projects

(9 January 2017, AFR, p4, by Peter Ker)

‘Commodity prices and export volumes may be going strong, but the investment phase of the boom is fast becoming a¬†distant memory. 46 more words

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14 Dec 2016 (TheAge) - Commodity rally sets up a mining cash splash

(14 December 2016, The Age, BusinessDay, p23, Jessica Sier)

‘This year’s stunning resurgence in commodity prices has Australian resource companies well placed to at least double their shareholder payouts. 50 more words

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Less hiring planned after 65% of oil and gas companies trim staff: survey

Recruitment firm Hays Canada said about one third of oil and gas industry employers are expecting another tough year in 2017 after 65 per cent of them were forced to cut staff this year. 207 more words