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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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NUM platinum belt branch chairperson shot

Shooting is the latest incident in violent rivalry between unions

Environmental regulator calls for Pascua-Lama closure

Barrick to continue underground mine optimisation studies

ERG opens two bauxite mines

The former ENRC expands Kazakhstan alumina feed

Corvus' Mother Lode gets bigger

Maiden resource estimate due in mid-2018

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The shady corners of the ASX

The shady corners of the ASX

Openness in dealing with complaints would increase confidence

From the Capital

26 MAY 2016
It's all relative

It's all relative

Being less ugly than others should be enough for mining equities

From the Capital

19 MAY 2016
Lithium ... Say no more

Lithium ... Say no more

Investors are happy to look past the facts when they sniff a boom

From the Capital

11 MAY 2016
Investor expectations test OZ Minerals

Investor expectations test OZ Minerals

Miner needs help from the copper price to maintain its current valuation

From the Capital

04 MAY 2016
Do as I say, not as I do

Do as I say, not as I do

BHP should look at its own industrial relations policy before asking for help

From the Capital

28 APRIL 2016
Private equity must pay its way

Private equity must pay its way

PE must come to terms with the reality of resource investment

From the Capital

19 APRIL 2016
Vendors, buyers still poles apart

Vendors, buyers still poles apart

The discount rates used by miners should reflect mining project risk

From the Capital

12 APRIL 2016
Nowhere to run from regulatory risk

Nowhere to run from regulatory risk

The gulf between traditional safe-havens and basket cases is narrower than you think

From the Capital

06 APRIL 2016
Is the gloom lifting from Aussie mining?

Is the gloom lifting from Aussie mining?

Unfortunately, the answer on reflection is undoubtedly negative

From the Capital

30 MARCH 2016
Central banks doubt growth rebound

Central banks doubt growth rebound

Credible feasibility studies should consider the effects of macro economics

From the Capital

21 MARCH 2016
Bank shows explorers no respect

Bank shows explorers no respect

National Australia Bank should be ashamed and Impact Minerals fuming

From the Capital

14 MARCH 2016
Mining could tempt back pension funds

Mining could tempt back pension funds

Miners bear responsibility to present an investible long-term proposition

From the Capital

07 MARCH 2016
Uncertainty blamed for predictable outcomes

Uncertainty blamed for predictable outcomes

Why are miners confused by cellar-dwelling near-term commodity pricing?

From the Capital

29 FEBRUARY 2016
Kasbah optimism was foolhardy

Kasbah optimism was foolhardy

Junior shows industry is still refusing to face up to real world risk factors

From the Capital

22 FEBRUARY 2016
MZI sending mixed messages

MZI sending mixed messages

Market valuation reflects confusion over Keysbrook mineral sands mine life

From the Capital

15 FEBRUARY 2016
Don't blame oil

Don't blame oil

The reasoning for market behaviour goes beyond moves in one commodity

From the Capital

10 FEBRUARY 2016