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Member Since: Fri, 31st Oct 2008

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 315
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 2

Last Posted: 18 Aug '15


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18 Aug '15


good news, as the more expensive miners leave the field, for JLP to pick up more contracts?

"Miner and commodity trader Glencore is reviewing its Eland platinum mine and has informed the government and trade unions of a possible closure due to falling metal prices, it said on Tuesday. Depressed commodity prices, rising labour costs and increasing electricity tariffs have also forced other platinum producers like Lonmin and Anglo American Platinum to consider shedding jobs."

"Glencore has informed the Department of Mineral Resources and relevant unions of the potential closures," the company said in a statement. Glencore said it had also begun discussions with trade unions about job losses. "The closure would affect just under 1 000 jobs at the mine," Gideon du Plessis, Solidarity's General Secretary told Reuters.

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12 Aug '15


Platinum market to remain in deficit in 2016/17, amid lower capex spend, by as much as 16% in 2016 and 2017, compared with 2015 levels, a World Platinum Investment Council- (WPIC-) commissioned report, compiled by Venmyn Deloitte, projects.

“Such a fall will support ongoing deficits in the platinum supply-demand balance, even without growth in platinum demand,” the report stated. It further outlined that platinum production from South Africa had declined by over 500 000 oz/y, or 11%, from 2008 to 2013.

Over the same five-year period, capital investment in the South African platinum mining sector had declined by more than 40%, from R30-billion a year to R17-billion. Capital investment in 2014 was R13-billion, while published capital investment estimates for this year stood at R11-billion.

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29 Jul '15


Been in MONI since 2009 @13p and sold at 40p and 60p, more by luck than judgement.

My new target is 30p in 2 years, or sooner if BOD can get it together.
23 Apr '15


Sorry, I don't mean to mislead, I am back in profit - not Myriad, which set a new 52-week high during Wednesday's trading session when it reached 6.03 Chf, a rise of 364.84%.
23 Apr '15


0QMT: aka Synchroncia; Myriad Group AG (SIX Swiss Exchange: MYRN) ZURICH, Switzerland – 13th April 2015 provider of messaging solutions, and embedded software to leading OEMs, mobile operators, and pay TV providers worldwide, has seen double digit growth in its msngr chat service with users rising from 140 million in Q4 2014 to 171 million in Q1 2015, a 22 per cent increase.

I have stuck with this from the days of SYNC, but lost touch, until now. I will try and sell, as I am now in profit -;) GLA


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