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Mining News Pro - Harmony Gold Mining, which is led by CEO Peter Steenkamp, intends to place authorised, but unissued, shares in the company to qualifying investors who agreed to subscribe for about $200-million.

Mining News Pro - Indian miner Vedanta Ltd reported a net loss of 125.2 billion rupees ($1.7 billion) for the fourth quarter of its financial year, compared with a profit of 26.15 billion rupees in the same period a year earlier.

Mining News Pro - Each week, Mining News Agency will introduce a famous book in the field of mining and mining industries.

Mining News Pro - Vietnam based mills are heard to have booked 10,000 MT of HRC for imports from the Japan-based Nippon Steel, SteelMint learned in a recent conversation with reliable sources.

Mining News Pro - SteelMint in conversation with market participants shared that a major Indian steel mill have concluded a deal with Vietnam for April end-May shipments.

Mining News Pro - After a strong start to 2018, the value of the world’s largest mining stocks began turning down well before summer as worries about a China–US trade war continued to mount.

Mining News Pro - One of Liberia`s veteran Geologists and Professor of Geology at the University of Liberia, Dr. Eugene H. Shannon has revealed that his book has been completed and is expected to be launched in early January 2019.

Mining News Pro - SteelMint learned from market participants that imported scrap market in major South East Asian country, Vietnam has observed few bulk trades with sudden decline in scrap prices from Japan however, sentiments remained dull amid more competitive billet prices in the containerized scrap market.

Mining News Pro - PT Krakatau Steel - Indonesia’s state-owned steel maker, booked operating losses of USD 10.70 million in January to September period this year, compared to USD 23.19 million operating profit due to higher raw material costs, despite higher sales, the company said in a report posted on its website.

Mining News Pro - Imported scrap market in Turkey observed fresh deal from USA with steel mills actively look for December and end-November shipments. However, participants maintained outlook of imported scrap prices bullish.

Mining News Pro - Southern India based importers have booked around 26,000 MT HRC of varying thickness from Japan. As per trade sources report to SteelMint, the deal has been concluded at around USD 605-610/MT, CFR India for November shipment.

Mining News Pro - Scrap importers in Turkey booked 3 more bulk scrap cargoes in last couple of days.

Mining News Pro - Scrap importers in Turkey booked 3 more bulk scrap cargoes in last couple of days. Despite recent softening of global scrap prices after rebounding during the beginning of the week, Turkish scrap prices remain supported on positive outlook.

Mining News Pro - This week imported HRC offers to Vietnam inch down by USD 5/MT over competitive pricing and bearish sentiments in Vietnam. Meanwhile Chinese steel mills are on public holiday today on eve of Mid autumn festival.Thus absence of active offers from China resulted in less deals.

Mining News Pro - Active buying interest for Indian billets from Nepal. However for commercial grade Wire rod demand remained weak as per the trade participants.

Mining News Pro - According to market sources report to SteelMint, demand for imported lumps in India has witnessed rising amidst limited supplies and increasing domestic pellet prices. However, tight availability of both Kumba and Assmang lump is a matter of concern.

Mining News Pro - Active buying interest for Indian billets from Nepal. However for commercial grade Wire rod demand remained weak as per the trade participants.

Mining News Pro - According to market sources report to SteelMint, demand for imported lumps in India has witnessed rising amidst limited supplies and increasing domestic pellet prices. However, tight availability of both Kumba and Assmang lump is a matter of concern.

Mining News Pro - In recent conversation with market participants, SteelMint learned that Indian scrap importers have observed slight slowdown in scrap bookings majorly affected by sharp currency depreciation this week.

Mining News Pro - SteelMint learnt from trades sources that steel mills based in Bangladesh have concluded HRC deals from China and other such countries for early November shipments.

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