Small-cap Week, August 30

New World Resources, Clipper, Kromek and Circle Oil featured

Supermarkets hit hard by Tesco warning

Shares in all of the main UK listed grocers fall

Debt pressure mounts on Petropavlovsk

Gold miner cites concerns about impact of Russian sanctions

Mark Selway

IMI’s new chief Mr fixit

Selway to focus on ‘lean manufacturing’ techniques

Impala Platinum profits hit by strike

Mining group more confident as car sales increase

Tinkler’s coal-mining comeback crumbles

Peabody cancels deal to sell mine to Australian entrepreneur

Iron ore tumbles to two-year low

Steelmaking ingredient falls 35% this year on China demand fears

India coal ruling fuels confusion

Alarm at implications for power and banking industries

Indian coal: Captive king

Court rules licences were awarded illegally

South Africa output rises 0.6 per cent

Africa’s most developed economy avoids recession

Antofagasta’s profit hit by higher costs

UK-listed miner sticks to full-year forecasts

Peru to be world’s second biggest in copper

Pipeline of Chinese projects now worth $20bn, officials say

India declares coal mining licences illegal

Ruling plunges battered resources sector into fresh uncertainty

Ebola piles pressure on iron ore miners

Output set to suffer for UK miners amid financial difficulties

UK coal mining poised for revival

Australians invest in Border collieries

Dominion eyes control of Diavik mine

Rio Tinto and Dominion jointly own the Canadian mine

Andrew Forrest, Fortescue Metals

The Australian tycoon is focusing his deep-rooted drive on philanthropy and beef

Week in review, August 23

Common sense disappears in mining mergers

Thankfully focus is now on costs, cash and core assets

Extractive groups face anti-graft rules


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