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Markets Live: Bank of Japan primes bazooka - The Sydney Morning Herald


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Markets Live: Bank of Japan primes bazooka
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mr Cutifani said Anglo's debt had effectively declined from $US12.9 billion ($17.2 billion) to $US10.3 billion over the past six months (including cash generated by niobium and phosphate asset sales) and that had reduced the pressure. "The good news ...

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Anglo American chief Mark Cutifani won't sell mines if bids aren't good enough - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Anglo American chief Mark Cutifani won't sell mines if bids aren't good enough
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian chief executive of Anglo American, Mark Cutifani, says the company's improved performance over the past six months means it does not have to divest its Australian coal assets in a fire sale. Anglo is trying to sell its Moranbah North and ...
Losses narrow at Anglo AmericanFinancial Times
Anglo's Year of the Turnaround Puts Debt Targets Within ReachBloomberg
Anglo shares back in demandIndependent Online

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BGC wins Queensland mining contracts worth $114 million - Australian Mining


Australian Mining

BGC wins Queensland mining contracts worth $114 million
Australian Mining
BGC Contracting has secured contracts worth $114 million to provide mining services at two operations in Queensland. The company has both a $97 million five-year contract at Incitec Pivot's Phosphate Hill site south of Mt Isa, and a $17 million ...
BGC grows Oz footprintMining Journal (subscription)

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Anglo American moves closer to Australian coal mines sale - The Australian


The Australian

Anglo American moves closer to Australian coal mines sale
The Australian
Earlier this year, Anglo sold its niobium and phosphates businesses for $US1.5 billion, higher than earlier targets. In February, Anglo said it expected to sell $US3 billion to $US4 billion in assets this year. The sale of the coal, niobium and ...
Mark Cutifani in race to show progress on his Anglo American turnaroundBDlive

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BGC takes on $114m Qld mine jobs - The West Australian


The West Australian

BGC takes on $114m Qld mine jobs
The West Australian
... mine jobs - The West Australian. Pinterest · Tumblr. The Buckeridge family's BGC Contracting has won $114 million in work at two Queensland mining projects. The biggest contract will earns $97 million in revenue over five years at Incitec Pivot's ...
BGC wins Phosphate Hill contractThe North West Star
BGC wins $114m of work in QldBusiness News

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Do Australian wind turbines all blow at the same time? - RenewEconomy


RenewEconomy

Do Australian wind turbines all blow at the same time?
RenewEconomy
As we move to higher renewable penetration, the question arises as to how correlated the wind powered electricity in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania will be with that of South Australia? If it's very correlated, then the issues that are evident in South ...

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BHP bids for coal assets as prices recover - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

BHP bids for coal assets as prices recover
The Sydney Morning Herald
The company announced in April the $US1.5 billion divestment of its Brazilian niobium and phosphate unit to China Molybdenum, after selling interests in Australian coal mines including Foxleigh, Callide and Dartbrook. Anemka Resources, the mining ...
Major mining assets change hands after commodity routMineweb

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Avenira Ltd secures first export offtake for Senegal rock phosphate - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Avenira Ltd secures first export offtake for Senegal rock phosphate
Proactive Investors Australia
Minemakers Aims for Phosphate production by 2010. Minemakers Limited seeks to take advantage of high phosphate prices (even higher in Australian dollars) with its Wonarah Project in the Northern Territory. Projected first year production would generate ...

Re-elected Nauru government slams Australian media 'bias' - SBS


SBS

Re-elected Nauru government slams Australian media 'bias'
SBS
Mr Kun told Radio New Zealand International he was barred from leaving because he was a potential witness in a long running Australian Federal Police investigation into Australian phosphate dealer Getax and allegedly bribery of Nauruan government MPs.

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Gutnick's $87m asset transfer to sister's firm probed - The Australian


The Australian

Gutnick's $87m asset transfer to sister's firm probed
The Australian
With IFFCO's backing, Legend's liquidators, Mark Korda and Craig Shepherd of Korda Mentha, have launched lawsuits in Australia and the United States over a deal transferring ownership of Legend subsidiary Paradise Phosphate, which owned the ...
Former Rich Lister Joseph Gutnick declares bankruptcySmartCompany.com.au

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