Small-cap Week, October 10

Nanoco, Atlantic Coal, Waterman Group and Stanley Gibbons featured


Glencore’s cut to zinc output boosts shares

Move addresses concerns about demand in China

Ithaca Energy raises $66m in share sale

Oil explorer sells new equity at significant premium

Glencore to cut zinc production by a third

Output hit at mines in Australia and Peru, and 1,600 jobs lost

Alcoa earnings disappoint as China slows

Earnings season kicks off with poor performance from bellwether

Eurasia Drilling: a bit strange

Management bid to take company private does not exactly match the lofty rhetoric

Tullow regains Gabon licence with PM help

David Cameron intervened personally to resolve year-old dispute

Eurasia Drilling plans to go private

Majority owners offer half the price Schlumberger had proposed

Noble to scale back metals trading unit

Four traders to leave commodities firm as it focuses on oil

Energy policy slammed as group collapses

SunEdison blames changes in subsidy regime

Americans spend savings from cheap petrol

Research clashes with reports that consumers were paying down debt

Bumpy road to renewable energy

While German support is high there is opposition to green drive

Oil groups align to back cleaner energy

Companies including BP, Statoil and Total seek to influence a new UN plan to tackle climate change

Australia thermal coal price at 8-year low

Fall comes as producers conclude quarterly supply talks with Japan

Ex-Goldman trader keeps oil loans flowing

AllianceBernstein, HudsonField buck trend of scarce energy credit

SABMiller bid met with sound of silence

AB InBev should take care not to let time and money run out

Fridman group in talks to buy Eon assets

Russian billionaire’s company interested in buying German utility’s Norwegian North Sea fields

Shell warns of risk of oil price jump

Chief highlights possibility of greater volatility

Iran looks at post-sanctions oil tie-ups

Companies linked to Revolutionary Guards could partner oil majors

Suncor/COS: just do it

Energy company’s offer for Canadian Oil Sands makes sense


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