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Ex-Xstrata CEO Raises $5.6 Billion, Ready for Acquisitions
X2 is hunting for assets to buy from the world's largest miners such as BHP Billiton Ltd., Rio Tinto Group, Vale SA and Anglo American Plc, who are reshaping their portfolios after commodity prices slumped and a decade-long $626 billion acquisition ...
Former Xstrata Chief Mick Davis Raises $5.6 Billion for Mining Deals  Wall Street Journal
Former Xstrata boss Mick Davis raises �3.6bn for deals
Glencore to divest 24% stake in Lonmin
Glencore came to own its stake in Lonmin through its $68bn acquisition of Xstrata in 2013, and Ivan Glasenberg, chief executive, has on several occasions described the holding as “non-core”.
Glencore to divest 23.9pc Lonmin stake
Glencore's chief opts for Lonmin share-out  The Guardian
Glencore's Glasenberg forecasts 'blowout' year for oil trading
Following a dire year for commodities that hit profits at Glencore - one of the world's largest producers and traders of resources from coal to copper - Ivan Glasenberg said trading in the oil business was improving strongly, with more volatility in ...
Glencore's ambitions have global implications
While there is limited overlap between the two groups in terms of individual commodities, possession of such a suite of minerals would give Mr Glasenberg a more powerful grip on the industry.
Glencore eyeing other takeovers after Rio Tinto mega-merger proposals rebuffed  This is Money
Rio's Acquisition Of Freeport Could Ward Off Rio-Glencore Merger  Bidness ETC
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Glasenberg shows Glencore's hand with rebuffed bid for Rio
For months the sector has been awash with gossip about what might be Glencore's next move, a year after it swallowed Xstrata in mining's biggest ever deal. Now we know: Mr Glasenberg is eyeing the creation of “GlenTinto”, a $160bn resources giant that ...
Bruised Rio Tinto rebuffs Glencore takeover approach  Daily Mail
Glencore, Rio Tinto merger whispers leave analysts skeptical over financial ...  The Globe and Mail
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Glencore's Glasenberg bides his time on Rio Tinto
In October, Glencore, the company he leads, revealed that an informal merger approach to its larger rival, Rio Tinto, had been rebuffed some months earlier.
Mining giant Glencore weighs up new bid for rival Rio Tinto  This is Money
Australia's Hockey vs Glencore's Glasenberg  Mineweb
Glasenberg ponders Glencore's next move
The flurry of activity showed not only that Mr Glasenberg has retained his eye for an opportunity after the $80bn purchase of Xstrata last year, but also that he has a unique mandate to grow via acquisition, at a time when peers such as BHP Billiton ...
Could Glencore PLC Make A Bid For Rio Tinto plc?  Motley Fool UK
Rio Tinto touted as Glencore takeover target  The Australian Financial Review
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ADM sells stake in Brazilian export terminal to Glencore
One of the biggest agricultural traders and processors, ADM said it had agreed to sell Glencore a one-half stake in its export terminal in Barcarena, near the city of Bel�m on Brazil's northeast coast.
Rainmaker Klein stays in the shadows as Glencore eyes Rio Tinto
The former Citi supremo, who brokered talks between Ivan Glasenberg and Mick Davis two years ago to seal a highly complex, $41bn merger between Glencore and Xstrata, has been unusually quiet for the past two years.
Glencore CEO rebukes rivals and says group will look at oil M&A
Glencore chief executive Ivan Glasenberg on Wednesday sharpened his criticism of mining rivals by accusing them of oversupplying some commodities, and saying his group would not invest in a way that put pressure on raw material prices.
Glencore puts Cosmos on market  The West Australian
Glencore's Ivan Glasenberg questions iron ore majors' 'big bet'  The Australian Financial Review
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