LONDON/BENGALURU Anglo American on Tuesday left output guidance broadly unchanged for most of its commodities, adding market conditions had improved for its diamond business, while it trimmed full-year production expectations for coking coal exports.
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Vodka maker Stock Spirits Group Plc appointed Miroslaw Stachowicz as its chief executive and said its first-half core profit before exceptionals rose 66 percent.
Randgold Resources Ltd could hike its dividend payout by the end of the year, it said on Thursday, as strong gold prices improve its cash position, although second-quarter profit was flat after its gold output fell short of forecasts.
LONDON/BENGALURU Anglo American said on Thursday net debt had fallen and that an aggressive cost-cutting and asset sale strategy was on track, although volatile commodity markets could make the second half of the year challenging.
British outsourcing group Capita Plc said it was seeing some delays in decision-making in the short term due to the impact of the UK's vote to leave the EU, especially in the financial sector.
Britain's Arbuthnot Banking Group and its minority-owned Secure Trust Bank Plc expect the market turmoil after the UK's vote to leave the EU to create investment opportunities for their companies, top company executives said.
Commodities brokerage Marex Spectron Group Ltd expects to attract clients looking for alternatives as more banks cut their exposure to commodities trading, Chief Executive Ian Lowitt told Reuters.
LONDON/BENGALURU South Africa-focused platinum producer Lonmin reported a core profit on Monday after cost savings, and said it expected firm chemical and car industry demand for the rest of the year despite the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
LONDON Anglo American Plc reported lower first-quarter production across most of its mining businesses on Thursday ahead of its annual meeting, where shareholders have been urged reject CEO Mark Cutifani's pay.