|Day's Range||13.25 - 13.51|
|52 Week Range||13.25 - 13.51|
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Zimbabwe could re-impose a 15 percent tax on raw platinum ore exports if mining companies do not deliver on pledges to build smelters and refineries to help boost the local economy, the finance minister ...
Sibanye Gold Ltd., the largest miner of bullion in South Africa, faces resistance to its $294 million offer to buy Aquarius Platinum Ltd. after the target company’s biggest shareholder said it opposes the “opportunistic” deal. Investec Asset Management, which owns a 13.9 percent stake in Aquarius, won’t support the bid under current conditions, according to Hanre Rossouw, a money manager at the Johannesburg-based company. Aquarius’ management said it will recommend shareholders support the transaction, which needs a simple majority to pass.
Sibanye Gold (SBGL) stock is climbing in early morning trading on Tuesday, after it agreed to buy miner Aquarius Platinum (AQPTY).