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Glencore PLC is a Switzerland-based company that produces and markets commodities. It operates through three business segments: Metals and minerals segment, which is engaged in copper, zinc/lead, nickel, ferroalloys, alumina/aluminum and iron ore production and marketing, as well as has interests in industrial assets that include mining, smelting, refining and warehousing operations; Energy products segment, which includes coal mining and oil production operations and investments in strategic handling, storage and freight equipment and facilities, and Agricultural products segment, which is supported by controlled and non-controlled storage, handling and processing facilities in various locations, and is focused on grains, oils/oilseeds, cotton and sugar. The Company operates worldwide.
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Anthony B. Hayward
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Peter Roland Coates
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European shares ended flat around a one-year peak on Tuesday as a boost from major mining and bank stocks was tempered by losses in most other sectors, with investors remaining uncertain over a euro zone economic recovery.
Glencore reinstated its dividend and flagged possible further payouts on the back of strong commodity prices as billionaire Chief Executive Ivan Glasenberg prepares to hand over the reins of the trading and mining giant.
Ivan Glasenberg is leaving Glencore shareholders and green activists with a parting climate conundrum. The South African’s final results-in-charge revealed a collapse in coal EBITDA to just $1.2 billion. Given his new-found climate conscience, Glasenberg should be celebrating...
European shares hovered near one-year highs on Tuesday as investors held out for a bumper U.S. stimulus package to drive global economic growth, while Glencore led a rally among mining stocks following an upbeat trading update.
Glencore on Tuesday reinstated its dividend after net debt fell by 10% in its full-year 2020, helped by surging commodity prices in the second half
Prodeco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Glencore, will hand back its Colombian mining contracts after a review found restarting the unit's operations would not be economical, the London-listed miner said on Thursday.
Glencore said on Thursday that its Colombian unit will commence the process of handing its mining contracts back to the Republic of Colombia, after a review found that its two mines were uneconomic to recommence operations.
Glencore said on Wednesday its copper and cobalt production fell in 2020 after the Mutanda mine closure in Democratic Republic of Congo but said the ramp up of another mine in the African country was progressing well.
Zambia's main opposition party leader Hakainde Hichilema criticised the government's deal with Glencore on Thursday, comparing the economy to a leaky bucket broken by debt.
Zambia's mining investment arm ZCCM-IH said it expects to find a new investor for Mopani Copper Mines by the end of the year, as the International Monetary Fund looks into Zambia's deal with Glencore, Mopani's majority stakeholder.
Zambia's state mining investment arm ZCCM-IH has agreed to buy Glencore's majority stake in Mopani Copper Mines in a $1.5 billion deal funded by debt and will seek a new investor, the government said on Tuesday.
Zambia hopes to attract investors to help fund mining and the expansion of Mopani Copper Mines, the mines minister said, as the cash-strapped country announced it was buying the rest of Glencore's stake in the operation.
Glencore has agreed the sale of its majority stake in Mopani Copper Mines to Zambia's mining investment arm ZCCM-IH in a $1.5 billion deal, the miner and trader said on Thursday.
Glencore said on Friday it was in final-stage negotiations over a potential sale of its majority stake in Mopani Copper Mines to Zambia's mining investment arm ZCCM-IH.
The Zambian government has concluded its talks with Glencore about buying a majority stake in Mopani Copper Mines, state radio reported, citing President Edgar Lungu.
Glencore is getting a new green-tinged lease on life. On the same day it announced long-term Chief Executive Ivan Glasenberg’s successor, the 31 billion pound miner committed itself to net zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. Given it plans to get there by running down...
Glencore boss Ivan Glasenberg is to step down next year and Gary Nagle, head of coal assets at the mining and trading group, will become the new CEO.
* SHARES UP 3.5% AFTER CO ANNOUNCES NEXT CEO GARY NAGLE, PLEDGES NET-ZERO EMISSIONS BY 2050 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Helen Reid)
* GLENCORE'S CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER SAYS THE COMPANY INTENDS TO REINSTATE THE DIVIDEND AT FULL-YEAR RESULTS
* GLENCORE IN TALKS ABOUT A SALE OF MOPANI COPPER MINES TO ZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT - INVESTOR PRESENTATION
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