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Glencore launches refinancing of credit line
The terms for the $8.45bn, one-year revolving credit facility - used to fund Glencore's business of transporting and storing commodities including coal, oil and copper - are expected to be on similar terms to last year, banking sources said.
Glencore gains on trading hopes
Glencore's marketing business should be able to deliver earnings of between $2.3bn and $2.4bn next year - below management's through-the-cycle guidance but still enough to underpin group cash flow, Credit Suisse said.
Glencore Bears Dust Off Forgotten Credit Swaps for Cheap Short
Trading in credit-default swaps tied to Xstrata Ltd., the coal exporter that Glencore bought in 2013, surged six-fold last week as increasing concern the company will struggle to weather the commodities slump prompted investors to search for cheap ...
Glencore cotton deal comes unstitched
The unfulfilled contracts are considered a default under the rules of the ICE Futures US exchange, the main trading venue for cotton derivatives, executives said.
Mick Davis rethinks mining fund after failing to complete deals
Mick Davis, the former head of Xstrata, is set to overhaul the structure of his mining investment vehicle following its failure to close a single deal during the worst commodity price rout in a generation.
X2 Resources loses large investors  Mining Journal (subscription)
Glencore's cut to zinc output boosts share price
Glencore's unexpected decision to slash zinc output by a third sparked a broad-based rally in metal prices and mining shares, helping commodities to the biggest weekly gain since 2012.
Glencore boosts world zinc price by taking 500000 tonnes of the metal off ...  This is Money
Glencore shares rise after mining giant cuts production
Glencore and Anglo try to dig themselves out of trouble
When Glencore presented its latest debt reduction plans earlier this month, almost 1,000 phone lines were needed to let anxious investors listen in to chief executive Ivan Glasenberg.
Disclosure: all over again?
In Vilca v Xstrata Ltd,(1) a dispute about the treatment of protestors at copper mines in Peru, the English High Court reinforced the breadth of the test for disclosure (or discovery in the United States) and held that it has the power to order a party ...
Glencore strikes oil deal with Libyan company
Glencore, the commodity trader and miner, has secured a deal with Libya's state-owned oil company to help it find buyers for crude from the war-torn north African country.
Glencore: An existential crisis
After its IPO in 2011, commodities behemoth Glencore appeared a few years shy of gaining special-observer status at the UN.