The FTSE 250 miner Acacia Mining (LSE: ACA) is in the midst of a legal battle with the government of Tanzania who have introduced a ban on the export of concentrate in March this year. This is in addition to the Tanzanian Parliament approving a new Finance Act, which imposes a 1% clearing fee on the value of all minerals exported from the country since 1st July 2017. Brad … [Read more...] about Acacia Mining And Government of Tanzania Clash Over $190 Billion Fine – Long Today at 177p
Sardines does not even come close. I'm not sure about the manufacturing process of fishing for and tinning sardines but one thing's for sure: sardines have more room to maneuver in a standard tin than passengers on the Northern Line from Embankment. But my face being unceremoniously shoved into a strangers arm pit was the least of my worries on my commute home to the … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Gold Will Make A Come Back – Notes From Gold, Bears And Traders Show
I think the gold markets have bottomed. I think they bottomed last summer So says Rick Rule, the best-known natural resource investor in the world last month. There is some room on the individual balance sheets after four years of deleveraging, which means that we are seeing a bit of pick up in consumer spending. But what we aren't seeing is a pick up in individual income, … [Read more...] about I Think The Gold Markets Have Bottomed. I Think They Bottomed Last Summer.
Welcome to the weekly edition of What's Hot In Stock Market News. To help you stay up to date with Shares and Stock Markets, here are some of the news items that caught my attention this week. What's New This Week? Facebook To Acquire Mobile Messaging Service WhatsApp For $19 Billion: Remember back in 2012 when a billion dollars seemed like alot of money to pay for a … [Read more...] about How The Big Money Is Betting On Gold Now: What’s New In Shares And Stock Markets