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Lonmin PLC (LONJ.J)

LONJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

800.00ZAc
16 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

38.00 (+4.99%)
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762.00
Open
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Volume
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  LONJ.J Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 9.48 338.15
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 11.07 10.56
ROE: -- 18.29 13.71

Lonmin's largest shareholder backs takeover by Sibanye-Stillwater

LONDON South Africa's Public Investment Corporation (PIC) said it will support a takeover of platinum producer Lonmin by precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater .

03 Sep 2018

UPDATE 2-Gold Fields boss says not resigning after S.Africa minister's rebuke

* Gold Fields H1 profit unchanged (Recasts with CEO comment, adds results, share price)

16 Aug 2018

S.African platinum producer Implats to slash 13,400 jobs as costs bite

JOHANNESBURG Miner Impala Platinum will slash about a third of its workforce over two years in one of the biggest rounds of job cuts by one mining company in living memory in South Africa as the platinum industry faces a day of reckoning.

02 Aug 2018

UPDATE 3-S.African platinum producer Implats to slash 13,400 jobs as costs bite

* Mines minister says lay-offs "add injury to insult" (Adds government reaction, embeds graphics)

02 Aug 2018

UPDATE 1-Sibanye's Lonmin takeover cleared by UK antitrust body

JOHANNESBURG/LONDON, June 28 Britain's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) unconditionally cleared Sibanye-Stillwater's proposed takeover of Lonmin on Thursday saying the mining merger would not require a second phase investigation.

28 Jun 2018

UPDATE 2-South Africa's Sibanye explores debt-cutting options

* Shares in Sibanye down 28 percent since start of May (Adds non-debt options)

31 May 2018

PLATINUM WEEK-Sibanye CEO confident of Lonmin takeover despite cash burn

LONDON, May 18 Sibanye-Stillwater is confident its planned purchase of Lonmin will go ahead, but the struggling platinum producer must slow its cash burn, the South African firm's chief executive said.

18 May 2018

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