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Minmetals Group Buys Glencore Peru Mine for $5.85 Billion
Glencore may invest in copper projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia or seek acquisitions, Paul Gait, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. in London, said in an e-mail. “The main story will be, I guess, what next for the deal flow ...
Glencore Xstrata sells copper mine to Chinese consortium for $5.85 billion  Reuters UK
Glencore Xstrata Sells Las Bambas for $5.9B
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Elementos Limited appoints former Xstrata Coal chief geologist as CEO
McManus has over 20 years of experience in mining and geology, including significant experience in project development. He was formerly chief geologist with Xstrata Coal, regional manager with AMC Consultants, and managing Director of Scorpian Energy ...
Former Glencore executive wins pay case
A former Glencore executive has won a legal battle to receive �418,000 in severance pay in addition to a �487,925 “transaction bonus” which he was paid after Xstrata merged with Glencore in 2013. A High Court judge ruled on Friday that Richard Elliston ...
Ex-Xstrata CEO's X2 Said to Be in Talks With Rio on Coal
X2 Resources, the private-equity firm founded by former Xstrata Chief Executive Officer Mick Davis, is in talks to buy Rio Tinto Group's controlling stake in three Australian coal mines, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Mick Davis is ready to make a contrarian bet on thermal coal  Financial Times
Former Xstrata boss Mick Davis looking at buying three Australian coal mines ...  This is Money
Buyer Seller Chasm May Curb Glencore's Plans to Sell Assets
Even some of the jewels in the commodity trader and miner's portfolio -- the Australian coal and South American copper mines that so far aren't for sale -- would be out of reach of potential buyers, according to CRU Group and Pengana Capital Ltd ...
Glencore sells assets as downturn bites
Glencore sold a trio of mining assets for $290m, extending its retreat from unwanted projects and continuing a trend among the largest resource companies to streamline their portfolios as the commodities downturn bites.
Glencore shares could dig deeper  City Index
Glencore ditches assets as commodity downturn bites  The Times (subscription)
Glasenberg apportions blame as Glencore sinks
For all Ivan Glasenberg's reputation as one of the smartest readers of commodities, the market has not gone the Glencore chief's way this year. Shares in his mining and trading group fell on Wednesday another 10 per cent - entrenching their position ...
Questor share tip: Sell Glencore as copper tumbles
Glencore stock slumps as it plunges into the red amid devastating ...  This is Money
Glasenberg faces battle to rescue spiralling Glencore
When Glencore launched the biggest flotation in the history of the London Stock Exchange four years ago, the pitch to investors was simple: the company was different.
At Glencore, a Mining Emperor Tries to Save His Realm  Wall Street Journal
Is there Life After Glencore?  InvestorIntel
Glencore Exit Shines Light on Platinum Bargain Lonmin: Real M&A
“Certainly they are a target -- their market valuation is more or less the same as sinking a shaft,” Adrian Williams, a mining analyst at Avior Capital Markets Ltd. in Johannesburg, said by phone. “It's not a particularly well-run company, but they've ...
Lonmin - now so cheap you can buy company for cost of single mine shaft  BizNews
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