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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.808.786 von startvestor am 14.06.19 15:05:57
Ein ganz großer...
Also das sehe ich nicht so negativ, schau mal diesen Beitrag:
Glencore hält 90 % der Aktien von KM, wenn ich mich nicht täusche.
KM produziert Kupfer und Kobalt, beides sind DIE Hauptrohstoffe für die Elektromobilität.
Leider spiegelt der Aktienkurs dieses zur Zeit nicht wieder , also ruhig abwarten und Bierchen trinken...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.816.970 von arm-reich am 16.06.19 10:05:18Danke. Glencore war ja vor einiger Zeit selbst fast pleite. Aber jetzt sind sie vermutlich wieder stark genug. Pleite werden sie Katanga also nicht gehen lassen, nur auf eventuelle Superverwässeungen muss man aufpassen. Werde mir Katanga trotzdem demnächst nochmal näher ansehen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.817.937 von startvestor am 16.06.19 14:56:12Ich habs mir nun näher angeschaut. Für mich ist die Situation aussichtlos und m.E. wird Glencore, denen es so gut auch nicht geht, sich das Desaster nicht mehr ewig leisten können. Könnte man eher shorten, aber die wenigen Zertifikate sind ohne Ask-Preis und bei IB scheint auch nix zum Leihen da zu sein.
Death toll rises at Glencore mine in Congo after collapse --> Katanga Mining

KINSHASA (Reuters) - The number of artisanal miners killed by a landslide at a copper and cobalt mine run by Glencore in Congo rose to 43 on Friday and officials said the army would deploy at the mine as the search for more victims continued.

Thursday’s accident occurred in the KOV open-pit mine at the Kamoto Copper Company (KCC) concession near Democratic Republic of Congo’s southern border with Zambia, in which Glencore subsidiary Katanga Mining has a 75% stake.

The death toll was originally estimated at 36 but rose to 43 on Friday as more bodies were uncovered.

“We think that other bodies are still under the rubble,” said Joseph Yav Katshung, the chief of staff to the governor of the Lualaba province where the incident occurred.

Lualaba Governor Richard Muyej said the army would deploy around KCC “for a limited time” to deter artisanal miners from entering, a move human rights activists said could stoke tension and lead to clashes.

Hundreds of soldiers were sent last week to a mine owned by China Molybdenum Co Ltd in response to the presence of as many as 10,000 informal miners there.

Officials said the miners caught up in the landslide at the KCC facility were on the site illegally without approval or permits, a common occurrence in Congo and across Africa.

Old-fashioned and unregulated mining methods, which can compromise safety, cost dozens of lives a year in Congo alone.

A union official representing KCC employees said a crack in part of the pit had been noticed on Wednesday. He said KCC had put up red warning signs, but the diggers had ignored them.

Glencore confirm 19 fatalities on Thursday and said it was assisting search and rescue operations by local authorities.
Katanga Mining | 0,208 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.919.803 von faultcode am 29.06.19 15:09:12Announcement regarding FARDC in area around Kamoto Copper Company

July 4, 2019

ZUG, SWITZERLAND, July 4, 2019 – Katanga Mining Limited (TSX: KAT) ("Katanga or the "Company") received confirmation today from its 75%-owned subsidiary, Kamoto Copper Company (“KCC”) that the armed forces of the DRC (FARDC) are in the area around the operations of KCC. This follows a growing presence of illegal artisanal miners throughout industrial mining concessions in the Kolwezi area, which led to the tragic incident at KCC on June 27, 2019.

KCC has communicated its expectations to the FARDC to exercise restraint and operate in accordance with Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (the Voluntary Principles) and international human rights standards. This includes the principles relating to the use of proportionate force and provision of medical aid.

As a subsidiary of Glencore group and as stipulated in Katanga's Code of Conduct, Katanga upholds the dignity, fundamental freedoms and human rights of our employees, contractors and the communities in which it lives and works as well as others affected by its activities. Katanga prioritizes the safety and security of our workforce and host communities. Katanga is committed to working in line with the United Nations (UN) Universal Declaration on Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the UN Global Compact. In March 2015, Katanga's controlling shareholder, Glencore, became a corporate participant in the Voluntary Principles Initiative. Since 2013, Glencore has been implementing the Voluntary Principles at its assets with a high risk of security-related human rights breaches, which includes KCC.

KCC will continue to engage with all the relevant stakeholders to collaborate on identifying and implementing a long-term, sustainable solution to illegal mining in the DRC.
Katanga Mining | 0,319 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.818.396 von startvestor am 16.06.19 17:36:05
Markante Trendwende
70 % plus in nur 2 Wochen, noch ist man nicht am Ende
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 61.008.935 von arm-reich am 12.07.19 08:00:11Ja, die Zocker halt. Zocken müsste man können, bringt deutlich mehr als Bilanzanalyse. :mad:
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