21 January 2016 16:16
(ShareCast News) - UK stocks advanced on Thursday as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi hinted at further stimulus.
21 January 2016 10:22
(ShareCast News) - Russian miner Polymetal said 2015 gold production fell 9% to 861,000 ounces, while silver production rose 12% to 32.1m ounces.
18 January 2016 08:33
(ShareCast News) - The world's production of gold was set to break a seven-year string of increases in 2016, due to a lack of new assets and falling grade ores, the Financial Times said citing analysts...
24 December 2015 07:23
(ShareCast News) - Polymetal said it was entering a joint venture with Polyus Gold to develop the Nezhdaninskoye gold deposit in Yakutia, Russia .
13 November 2015 07:47
(ShareCast News) - Russian gold and silver producer Polymetal said it was taking 100% control of the Lichkvaz property in Armenia.
20 October 2015 08:15
(ShareCast News) - Precious metals producer Polymetal International said revenue fell in the first nine months of the year on the back of lower prices.
22 September 2015 15:43
(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was in the red on Tuesday. At 1600 BST, the index was down 1.9% at 16,569.59, in line with the broader market, as mining stocks took a hit.
22 September 2015 09:12
(ShareCast News) - Polymetal International has agreed to settle the Kyzyl put option with Sumeru Gold, removing uncertainty from the company's capital.
10 September 2015 14:00
(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 index was on the back foot on Thursday, down 0.6% to 17,051.89 at 1423 BST, tracking wider losses as weak Chinese and Japanese data added to concerns about an...
25 August 2015 07:36
(ShareCast News) - Polymetal International blamed poor commodity prices for a 4% drop in earnings in its first half result.
21 August 2015 15:55
(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 fell 1.6%, led by a sharp drop in Spire Healthcare shares. The index of mid-cap stocks was down 226.5 points to 17,012.
17 July 2015 15:38
(ShareCast News) - Mid-caps were subdued on Friday as strong performances from telecoms, financials and insurers were offset by losses in the transport, mining and retail sectors.
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