• Resource Generation locks in A$20M funding, offtake deal with Asia’s Noble Group

    Proactive Investors Australia
    07 January 2013

    Resource Generation (ASX: RES) has executed a deal with Noble Group (SGX:N21), Asia's largest diversified commodities trading company, that has secured the company A$20 million in funding and an offtake agreement for the Boikarabelo coal mine in South Africa.

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  • LME WEEK: Adaptability Key to Navigating 'New World' For Commodities - Noble Group

    Dow Jones
    15 October 2012

    LONDON--Commodity traders need to adapt to the "seismic shift" stemming from China's growing economic clout and constraints on capital spending, Richard Elman, chairman of Noble Group Ltd. (N21.SG), said on Monday.

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  • Noble's Rebound

    The Edge Singapore
    20 August 2012

    He couldn’t have chosen a tougher time to take charge of a commodities-focused supply-chain manager in Asia, but if 43-year-old Yusuf Alireza, the affable, soft-spoken investment banker who until late last year headed Goldman Sachs’ Asia- Pacific operations, is having second thoughts about his new job, it clearly isn’t showing. On Aug 13, Alireza confidently presided over his first-ever earnings call for Noble Group, which posted a net profit of US$194.8 million ($243.7 million) for 2Q2012, padded by gains from the Yancoal Australia-Gloucester Coal deal and helped by a deferred tax credit. “Our net profit in the quarter was up 39% year-onyear, and that’s not bad for the environment we are in,” he tells The Edge Singapore in what was his first media interview since taking the helm of the listed company. “Compared with what some of our peers have been reporting,we believe we have done very well.”

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  • Reading cycles the key to success for Noble

    The Australian
    27 July 2012

    The head of Hong Kong trader Noble Group, Richard Elman, says the current volatile market conditions are good for deal activity, warning that the downward cycle will sort out the weaker companies.

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  • Singapore brokers upgrade Noble after results

    11 May 2012

    Several brokers upgraded their ratings on Noble Group Ltd NOBG.SI, citing an improved outlook after the Singapore-listed commodities company posted its first-quarter results.

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  • Australian treasurer gives Yanzhou time to cut stake in unit

    8 March 2012

    China's Yanzhou Coal Mining CO On Thursday crossed a key hurdle in the takeover of Australia's Gloucester Coal and got an additional 12 month lifeline to bring down its stake in its Australian unit to less than 70 percent.

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  • A Noble Rebound

    The Edge Singapore
    5 March 2012

    After a shock quarterly loss, the supply chain giant returns to profitability. Can it go back to its glory days as a punter’s darling?

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  • Magna charter

    Shipping and Marine
    28 December 2011

  • Four new vessels soon to join existing fleet
  • Renowned for reliability and performance
  • Works with many of the world's top corporations

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  • Noble’s Elman Bloomberg Interview

    16 January 2012

    Billionaire Richard Elman said he will soon install a new chief executive office at Noble Group Ltd. as the 71-year-old founder and chairman of Asia's biggest commodity supplier prepares to ease his managerial control.

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  • Noble's Media Release in connection with Yanzhou Coal's merger

    23 December 2011

    Yanzhou Coal Mining Company Limited (Yanzhou) announced that it has entered into an agreement in relation to a proposed merger (Proposed Merger) with Gloucester Coal Limited (Gloucester), under which Gloucester's assets would be combined with Yanzhou's Australian coal assets under an ASX listed merged company, Yancoal Australia Limited (Yancoal). The Yanzhou assets to be vended into the merged company include Yanzhou's interests in the Austar Coal Mine, Ashton Joint Venture, Moolarben Joint Venture, Yarrabee Coal Mine, Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group and Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal. Under the Proposed Merger all of Gloucester's ordinary shares would be acquired by Yancoal, in exchange for Gloucester shareholders electing to receive either all ordinary shares in Yancoal or a combination of ordinary shares in Yancoal and Contingent Value Right (CVR) shares.

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