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Chris Cann

Head of Aspermont Research & Intelligence

Educated in Western Australia, where he completed a bachelor of science and post-graduate diploma in journalism, Chris began his resources reporting career in 2004 with publishing houses Paydirt Media (Paydirt, Gold Mining Journal) and Aspermont (RESOURCEStocks, MiningNews.net). He moved to the UK in 2007 as a freelance resources journalist, principally as European editor for HighGrade.net. Since arriving in the UK he has completed a geology degree (first class) from the University of London in 2013; the Level Three Capital Markets Programme (Securities) through the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment; and a financial modelling course at City of London University. He spent three years consulting to equity research firms while continuing as a major contributor to Mining Journal. He became Mining Journal editor in 2015 before building out Aspermont’s dedicated research unit in 2017, at which point he became head of Aspermont research and intelligence.

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Lifestyle companies still alive and kicking

Lifestyle companies still alive and kicking

The governance at the small-end of the resources market deserves its poor reputation

Cold War II … to premier when cinemas reopen

Cold War II … to premier when cinemas reopen

The world is unlikely to forget China's role in the current crisis - the US will make sure of that

Miners positioned for recovery

Miners positioned for recovery

Second-tier miners, juniors should prepare for a cash squeeze as a best-case scenario

From the Capital

23 APR 2020
Bad, bleak or catastrophic?

Bad, bleak or catastrophic?

Of the possible fallout scenarios from COVID-19, the most optimistic also seems most likely

From the Capital

16 APR 2020
Trust no one

Trust no one

Retail investors are not going to have the capacity to prop up explorers in the new world

Kasbah

Kasbah's doubtful destiny

Junior resources companies must come to terms and plan for a new reality, whatever that may be

From the Capital

09 APR 2020
Growth dictates investment returns

Growth dictates investment returns

Government stimulus can go only so far in promoting a sustained recovery for miners

From the Capital

02 APR 2020
The C19 blame game

The C19 blame game

China's attempts to brand itself as the solution rather than the cause will not go unchallenged

Miners face altered obligations

Miners face altered obligations

Downstream stakeholders could insist on greater supply protections to meet expectations

From the Capital

26 MAR 2020
Miners may be asked to foot C19 bill

Miners may be asked to foot C19 bill

With few others able to pay, the fallout from the crisis may come to rest on the extractives sector

Mining Journal eMagazine: 20th March 2020

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Issues

20 MAR 2020
Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Mining may emerge better than most from crisis

Being essential and already bumping along the bottom is not the worst place to be right now