Following successive quarters of gains in mining equities, the Mining Eye fell 8% during Q4.
Mining Eye Q4 2016
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Mining and metals trends and updates
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Navigating volatility in mining and metals: Cost reduction
M&A and capital raising - 2016 trends, 2017 outlook
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Mining & Metals
Mining and Metals –
London as a centre for global finance
The continuing growth of London as a centre of global finance in many fields is now widely acknowledged. Specifically the global mining industry increasingly looks to the London markets as the natural home for the large established metals producers. The AIM market has also been successful in attracting development stage companies and those graduating from the exploration focused markets overseas. The other major capital markets and associated financial services continues to make London the world centre of mining finance. Find out more about the services we provide to the mining and metals sector.
- Competing for growth in the steel sector
Growth in steelmaking capacity still exceeds demand, with significant over-capacity putting pressure on operators’ profitability. Significant challenges in today’s global steel sector include:
- A shift to emerging markets
- Growth in market volatility and margin pressure
- Lack of operational agility
- A need for business models to evolve
Discover the significant challenges for this sector, how steelmakers can compete for growth and the outlook for 2012.
- Unique issues faced by mining and metals companies applying IFRS
The refining IFRS series aims to examine the complex, but unique, issues faced by mining and metals companies applying IFRS. These issues will be considered in the context of recent and current developments in the global mining and metals market place.
Our Good Mining Guide is an illustrative set of consolidated financial statements, prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), for Good Mining (International) Limited (Good Mining), a fictitious group of mining companies. Good Mining specifically focuses on IFRS issues and the relevant disclosures as they relate to the mining and metals sector.
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View our series which examines the unique issues faced by mining and metals companies applying IFRS.