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investors force Glencore's CEO to accept less
Its recent plight is in stark contrast to the fervor that surrounded its US$10 billion initial public offering in 2011, followed by the US$43 billion acquisition of miner Xstrata Ltd. two years later. The stock has tumbled 75 per cent since the IPO ...
Glencore looks to cut debt by $10bn and issue up to $2.5bn stock  Financial Times
Glencore CEO to shell out $210m during restructuring drive  The Guardian
Moody's affirms Glencore's Baa2 ratings with negative outlook
London, 10 September 2015 -- Moody's Investors Service has today affirmed Baa2/P-2 ratings of Glencore International AG (Glencore) and its subsidiaries but changed the outlook on the ratings to negative. .... Australia only: Any publication into ...
Mining giant Glencore still suffering from major gamble on Xstrata
Glencore PLC grew huge and prosperous behind a thick wall of secrecy. But its lack of visibility has now turned into a curse for the Swiss giant.
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 returns to bond market as sentiment improves
Mining group Glencore has returned to the bond market for the first time in a year as it continues its recovery from the worst commodity rout in decades.
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.
Ivan Glasenberg faces major test amid Glencore's shaky future
He almost never gives interviews and guards his privacy jealously. But since Glencore's 2011 stock market listing, and its purchase two years later of Xstrata PLC, the mining biggie that bought Falconbridge in 2006, he has been forced into the open, at ...
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.
South African authorities accused over Glencore coal mine deal
Allegations have emerged that South African authorities put pressure on Glencore before it agreed to the sale of a coal mine to a local company whose owners are at the centre of the controversy because of their links to the country's political leadership.
Tegeta seeks further opportunities after Optimum deal cleared  BDlive