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Why Glencore bought Israeli tycoon out of Congo mines
The BVI-registered vehicle he used for the Katanga Mining transactions with Glencore was called Lora Enterprises Limited. Its name would crop up again, last year, in a corruption scandal that has humbled one of New York's leading hedge funds.
Glencore Slashes Debt as It Positions for M&A in Commodities
Glencore has already inked some deals, including last month agreeing to pay $1.1 billion plus royalties for a large stake in an Australian coal mine.
Glencore raises profits, cuts debt  The Sudbury Star
Glencore: how did it go so wrong, again?
The correspondence, mailed by “reputation management experts” Schillings, stated that Glencore's bosses were “extremely private individuals” and that any reports about their homes or private lives would pose a “security risk”.
Glencore share price history: A timeline of what went wrong from record ...  City A.M.
Glencore shares tumble on concerns over commodity prices  Financial Times
Glencore strikes oil deal with Libyan company
Glencore, the commodity trader and miner, has secured a deal with Libya's state-owned oil company to help it find buyers for crude from the war-torn north African country.
S&P cuts Glencore to brink of junk
Glencore's debt has been downgraded to one notch above junk by Standard & Poor's because of the “challenging outlook” for the mining industry and increasing uncertainty about demand from China, the world's biggest consumer of raw materials.
How Glencore dug itself out of a hole
“We were horrified. We didn't expect it at all,” says Jeremy Wrathall, analyst at Investec. He is looking back 12 months, to September 28, 2015, when his team published a note that resulted in a 30pc plunge in the share price of Glencore, the mining ...
Glencore returns to bond market as sentiment improves
Mining group Glencore has returned to the bond market for the first time in a year as it continues its recovery from the worst commodity rout in decades.
Mick Davis rethinks mining fund after failing to complete deals
Mick Davis, the former head of Xstrata, is set to overhaul the structure of his mining investment vehicle following its failure to close a single deal during the worst commodity price rout in a generation.
X2 Resources loses large investors  Mining Journal (subscription)
Calls to halt McArthur River mine operations over safety and remediation concerns
Based on the limited public data on the mine, up to $1bn will need to be spent to safely remediate the site, according to Gavin Mudd from Monash University and the Mineral Policy Institute, who wrote the report.
Ivan Glasenberg keen to tell the world he is back on top
The morning after announcing a return to profit that capped a dramatic turnround for Glencore, you could have forgiven Ivan Glasenberg, the mining and trading company's billionaire chief executive, for enjoying a lie-in.
Glencore boss says the firm "has never been so well positioned as it is ...  City A.M.
Glencore cements turnaround with hint of special dividend  Telegraph.co.uk