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08 Sep, 2020
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04 Sep, 2020
Asia's stock markets had their worst session in two weeks on Friday following a tech-led plunge on Wall Street, though gains in safer assets like bonds and dollars were muted as investors awaited U.S. job data to see if it triggers a bigger selloff. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.5% and looked set to snap a six-week winning streak with a 2.3% weekly loss, its biggest since April. Australia's ASX 200 led losses with a 3% fall as global investors sold growth-exposed miners like BHP and traders trimmed positions ahead of the weekend in case Wall Street takes another dive.
03 Sep, 2020
(Bloomberg) -- South Africa’s main stock index dropped 2.4%, its deepest slump since mid-June, as market behemoth Naspers Ltd. got caught up in a global rotation out of tech shares and as miners retreated.Tech investor Naspers fell 3.9%, the most in almost a month, after partly owned Chinese online giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. led declines in Hong Kong stocks and as the Nasdaq 100 sank as much as 5.4% in New York. Prosus NV, which holds Naspers’s 31% Tencent stake, tumbled 4.8%, the most in more than five months.A rotation away from high-flying tech stocks gained steam on Thursday as investors questioned the sustainability of lofty valuations. Deepening South African power cuts also weighed on sentiment locally, with the state electricity utility already setting a record this year for blackouts, hobbling efforts to revive growth in Africa’s most-industrialized economy.Diversified miners BHP Group Plc, which dropped 4.2%, and Anglo American Plc, down 4.7%, were among the biggest drags on the Johannesburg market amid concerns over the political and logistical hurdles to satisfying the recovery in China’s commodities demand.Banking stocks slipped 2.4% to the lowest in more than three months. Standard Bank Group Ltd. fell 4.1%, Nedbank Group Ltd. lost 3.1%, Investec Ltd. slid 2.4% and FirstRand Ltd. dropped 2.3%. The sector index is down 45% in 2020, heading for a record annual decline.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
29 Aug, 2020
Mining giant BHP is looking to significantly reduce its emissions by 2030 and become completely carbon-neutral by 2050
24 Aug, 2020
The company's partnership with Rio Algom Ltd to explore nickel in Nunavik comes as demand for the metal surges from use in automotive batteries to power electric cars. Midland also said BHP may propose additional exploration work for up to C$700,000 before advancing an identified project to the second phase.
22 Aug, 2020
U.S. oil producers on Saturday evacuated more workers from offshore Gulf of Mexico platforms as two tropical storms took aim at the major oil-producing region. Storms Marco and Laura are poised to enter the Gulf early next week, with each forecast to make landfalls on the Gulf coast by mid-week. Storm Laura is on a track to travel over Hispaniola and Cuba, and is likely to remain a tropical storm, said Matt Rogers, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group.
BHP said on Friday it planned to evacuate non-essential staff from two offshore facilities as a pair of tropical storms took aim at the U.S. Gulf of Mexico in a rare hurricane season event. BHP said it would begin evacuating non-essential personnel from its Shenzi and Neptune offshore platforms on Saturday morning, completing the evacuations by Sunday morning. Shell, BP and Chevron have all also announced plans to evacuate staff from offshore platforms as the two hurricanes could hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in the coming days.
19 Aug, 2020
Thank you for joining Peter Beaven and me. Today, we are going to talk with you about three things that build upon the operational excellence and portfolio of the future agenda that I spoke with you about in February. Firstly, a very strong set of operational and financial results for the year past, which aligns to the resolve I spoke about for BHP to further improve performance and to be unquestionably the industry's best operator in order to drive value and returns, underpinned of course by our commitment to social value.
18 Aug, 2020
BHP Group on Tuesday said it expects most major world economies except China to bear the brunt of a coronavirus-led downturn this year, reporting a 4% drop in annual profit that missed analysts' estimates. The warning came as BHP reported underlying profit attributable from continuing operations for the year ended June 30 that fell to $9.06 billion - below estimates of $9.42 billion, according to Refinitiv IBES data. "With the exception of China, the world's major economies will contract during the 2020 calendar year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic," Chief Executive Mike Henry said in a statement.
BHP Group (BHP) reports a 4% drop in attributable profit from continuing operations owing to lower prices and volumes.
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Golden Minerals (AUMN) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 8% on the day, amid huge volumes.
European stocks traded steady on Tuesday on a quiet summer day, as investors weigh up evidence on how fast the recovery is progressing.
European shares slipped on Tuesday as simmering political tensions between the United States and China escalated, while concerns over a deadlock on further U.S. fiscal stimulus drove the dollar towards a two-year low against its rivals. A weaker opening for the region's blue-chip euro STOXX 50 weighed on Asian stocks with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan giving up early gains to trade flat. Underpinning much of the equity market weakness was a fresh instalment of the escalating spat between the United States and China, with President Trump announcing further restrictions overnight on tech giant Huawei Technologies Co.