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Tlou Energy Limited confirms the successful completion of a AU$3m oversubscribed placement of new ordinary shares.

Tlou completes oversubscribed equity placement.


Asiamet staying focused on “major de-risking phase” for BKM copper project

Completing the PEA for the BKM project was the highlight of the half year, says Asiamet, as it highlighted the “excellent potential” for the copper deposit.


YOLO Leisure and Technology plc (AIM:YOLO) TVPlayer signs content agreement with Viacom

YOLO Leisure and Technology plc, the AIM-quoted company focusing on opportunities in the travel, technology and leisure sectors, announces that, TVPlayer Limited, in which YOLO has an interest by virtue of its investment into TVPlayer’s parent company Simplestream Limited, has signed a multi-year agreement with Viacom International Media Networks (“Viacom”) to simulcast a selection of its pay-TV channels on TVPlayer Plus, TVPlayer’s low cost subscription TV service.


Asiamet and Capital Drilling in focus as mining sector remains in spotlight

There was more positivity from the mining sector on Wednesday with drilling updates, financial results statements and analyst commentary.


Oil Rises

Bloomberg's Javier Blas reports on the price and production of oil. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."


$3 Billion Tax Attack On Mining Giants BHP Billiton And Rio Tinto

The world’s two biggest mining companies, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto , could face a $3 billion hit to their annual profits after a bizarre political upheaval in Western Australia (WA), home to their most profitable business units.


Oil Leads Commodity Gains Amid Stimulus Bets; S&P 500 Fluctuates

Oil Leads Commodity Gains Amid Stimulus Bets; S&P 500 Fluctuates.


AsiaMet CEO Interview with Proactive Investors

Tony Manini, chief executive of Asiamet Resources Limited says, "We've definitively got the assets here to create a business that's worth many hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars."