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Kaz Minerals FY Operating Profit $1.01 Bln
Consortium raises offer for Kaz Minerals to 780 pence per share
Kaz Minerals Posts FY Copper Production Of 305.7 KT
KAZ Minerals PLC is a United Kingdom-based copper company. The Company operates in the natural resources industry through five segments: East Region, Bozymchak, Bozshakol, Aktogay and Mining Projects. The East Region, Bozshakol and Aktogay segments are engaged in mining and processing of copper and other metals in Kazakhstan. The Bozymchak segment is engaged in mining and processing of copper and gold in Kyrgyzstan. The Mining Projects segment is engaged in the development of metal deposits and processing facilities Kazakhstan. The East Region segment contains the entity Vostoktsvetmet LLC (VCM), whose principal activity is the mining and processing of copper and other metals, which are produced as by-products from four underground mines and three concentrators located in the eastern region of Kazakhstan.
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Michael D. Lynch-Bell
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The group trying to take KAZ Minerals private said on Thursday that it has raised its bid for the copper miner by 22%, as it tries to win round minority shareholders who rejected the earlier proposal for being too low.
Nova Resources said on Thursday it has raised its bid for copper miner KAZ Minerals Plc to 780 pence, valuing the firm at 3.69 billion pounds ($5.02 billion), after some minority shareholders rejected the earlier proposal for being too less.
* Industry faces virus disruptions (Adds background, updates share move)
Kaz Minerals said on Wednesday it has agreed to be acquired by Nova Resources in an all-cash deal that values the London-listed miner at 3 billion pounds ($3.91 billion).
* KAZ MINERALS - WORK AT BAIMSKAYA SITE IN Q2 HAS BEEN LIMITED DUE TO MEASURES TAKEN TO CONTROL SPREAD OF COVID-19 VIRUS
Copper miner Kaz Minerals on Thursday cut its forecast for capital expenditure in 2020 and warned that production from its Aktogay expansion project in Kazakhstan will be delayed due to coronavirus-driven disruptions.
* KAZ MINERALS PLC - UPDATE ON AKTOGAY EXPANSION PROJECT INCLUDING A REDUCTION IN CAPITAL EXPENDITURE GUIDANCE FOR 2020
Kaz Minerals on Thursday reported record copper production in the third quarter as it ramped-up operations at its biggest mines in Kazakhstan, putting it on track to achieve full-year targets for copper output.
Kaz Minerals on Thursday reported a 7.4% rise in third-quarter copper production, helped by ramped-up operations at its biggest mines in Kazakhstan, keeping it on track to achieve full-year targets for copper output.
Miner Kaz Minerals on Thursday took a cautious stance on the short-term outlook for the copper market, due to concerns over the prolonged Sino-U.S. trade war and slowdown in the world's top metals consumer China, as it posted a lower first-half profit.
Miner Kaz Minerals said on Thursday its short-term outlook for the copper market was more cautious in the face of a prolonged Sino-U.S. trade war and a slowdown in the world's top metals consumer China, after posting a lower first-half profit.
Copper miner Kaz Minerals on Thursday said its full-year copper production came in at the higher end of its own forecast, helped by robust output at its Aktogay mine in Kazakhstan.
Copper miner Kaz Minerals <KAZ.L> on Thursday announced an interim dividend of 6 U.S. cents per share, the first in six years, and said it expected to make a similar payment for the second half as it boosted output and kept costs low.
Kaz Minerals <KAZ.L> shares plunged after it said it was expanding into Russia with a deal to buy a copper project in Baimskaya for $900 million from a group of investors including Chelsea soccer club owner Roman Abramovich.
* WON AN ORDER TO DELIVER A COMPREHENSIVE PROCESS AND POWER SOLUTION THAT WILL DOUBLE CAPACITY OF KAZ MINERALS' SULPHIDE ORE PROCESSING PLANT IN AKTOGAY, KAZAKHSTAN
Kazakhstan-focused Kaz Minerals will scrap its secondary listing in Hong Kong because of a lack of appetite from investors, the company said on Thursday.
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