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Anglo American PLC

Anglo American PLC (LSE: AAL, JSE: ANGLO), is a multi-national mining company, founded in South Africa as a mining  enterprise but now extending into other areas. Natural resources remains the focus of its operations.

Its headquarters are in London, United Kingdom. Its primary listing is on the London Stock Exchange and it is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

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Anglo American wins praise for CEO hire

Jan 09, 2013 - Financial Post

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Global Markets Overview - 18 February 2013

By IBTimes AU

Stocks edged mostly lower as declines in Wal-Mart Stores and the energy sector offset firm readings on consumer confidence and New York manufacturing. (Feb 18, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, CHINA, GOLD, FEDERAL RESERVE, WAL-MART, DOW JONES, CITIGROUP, FTSE

Anglo American Platinum Posts $715m Loss on 2012 Labor Strikes

By Industry Leaders Magazine

Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the world biggest producer of the metal controlled by Anglo American PLC, informed that it saw an operating loss of approximately $715 million in 2012 as its production was affected by violent labor strikes in South Africa. (Feb 05, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: SOUTH AFRICA

Anglo American Decides to Write Down $4bn on Minas-Rio Project

By Industry Leaders Magazine

On the 29th of January, Anglo American PLC informed that it would write down $4 billion on its Minas-Rio iron project in Brazil after conducting a review of the scheme. (Feb 01, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, SOUTH AFRICA, RIO TINTO

South Africa Mining Strikes Spread

By IBTimes

The world's second-largest platinum producer said striking South African miners are demanding another 8 percent to 10 percent pay hike like the one they received in April that ended a six-week strike. (Sep 12, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, JPMORGAN CHASE, NYSE, SOUTH AFRICA, LONDON

Between A Rock And The EPA: A Fight Over Alaskan Minerals Is Making A Big Splash In Washington

By IBTimes

Local campaigners have compared the potential impact of the mine's effluent to BP's Gulf of Mexico disaster and the Exxon Valdez oil spill, saying the region's fish stocks will become unsellable if the project goes ahead. (Aug 08, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, COPPER, MEXICO, OIL SPILL, LAWYER, INVESTMENT, CALIFORNIA

Platinum In A Rut, Just Like Europe's Diesel Market

By IBTimes

The price of platinum is in a rut now, due to Europe's slump, but analysts expect a rebound soon. (Jul 21, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: EUROPEAN UNION, SOUTH AFRICA, PRECIOUS METAL, LONDON

Prepare for the Pivot Point in the Gold Exploration Cycle: Quinton Hennigh

By Street Wise Reports

Historically, major gold exploration has occurred when the Dow was down and out. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, geologist and Exploration Insights writer Quinton Hennigh talks about the coming gold rush and what that could mean for existing companies. (Jun 19, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, NYSE, GOLD PRICES, AUSTRALIA, ADVERTISING, SOUTH AFRICA

European Markets Rise Amid US Stimulus Measure Hope

By IBTimes

European markets rose Wednesday following an overnight rally in the Wall Street amid anticipation that the U.S. Federal Reserve would announce further quantitative easing to support the economy. (Jun 13, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, BNP PARIBAS, FTSE, E.ON, QUANTITATIVE EASING, LONDON

Chile’s Copper Mines Threatened by Drought

By IBTimes AU

The raging two-year drought that continues to affect Chile has made copper producers concerned as to how to source electricity generation to adequately support their operational requirements. (Feb 16, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: COPPER

Chile’s Copper Mines Threatened by Drought

By IBTimes AU

The raging two-year drought brought by La Niňa that continues to affect Chile has made copper producers concerned as to how to source power generation to adequately support their operational requirements. (Feb 16, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: COPPER