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mercoledì 30 settembre 2015

Stringer: Le miniere di rame di Glencore finiscono nella lista della spesa cinese


E' proseguito anche oggi la risalita delle quotazioni di Glencore (rimbalzo del gatto morto?), ma la crisi nera resta per il colosso anglo svizzero. 

Molti commentatori "mainstream" parlano di crollo eccessivo, gettano acqua sul fuoco ma i Tylers invece allargano lo spettro delle compagnie minerarie o collegate alle commodities messe malissimo anche alla misconosciuta Trafigura - colosso della logistica, porti ecc. il cui fondatore e primo azionista, Claude Dauphin, curiosamente ha deciso di morire proprio oggi - e a Mercuria ...

Management of the Swiss company plans to meet debt investors on Wednesday following the market rout that drove yields on some of its bonds to junk levels and knocked 30 percent off its share price in a single day, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. Glencore announced a raft of measures on Sept. 7 to shore up its balance sheet, as China’s economic slowdown hammers commodity prices.
The plan included issuing new shares, scrapping dividends and selling assets. The company is “getting on and delivering a suite of measures to reduce our debt levels,” Glencore said in an e-mailed statement Tuesday.
Glencore has copper operations in countries including Chile, Zambia and Peru and is (was? Er) the third-largest producer of mined copper, according to its website. 
The company has about 150 mines, energy assets and agricultural facilities globally. Its coal assets and trading unit aren’t likely to interest the Chinese, though nickel and zinc could be possible targets (...) 
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