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Ivanhoe Mines Limited T.IVN

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  IVN

Ivanhoe Mines Ltd is a mineral exploration company. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, explores, develops and recovers minerals and precious gems from its property interests located in Africa and Australia.
Price: $0.94 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +1.08%
Volume: 309,170 | Day High/Low: 0.94/0.88 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.61/0.67
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Robert Friedland

http://ceo.ca/2013/09/14/billionaire-miner-robert-friedland-sounds-off/  rate and reply
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RE:Nice volume

Strangely, most on Chi-X.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Look at copper

The DRC couldve got their 15% of Kamoa  when IVN price went to 0.70 The problem here is that they want the 15%  for Free. IVN sale of 49% of kamoa to zijin has not violated any DRC laws; and...read more
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Nice volume

Over 5 million traded thus far  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Look at copper

Hahahaha... I am pretty sure everyone on the internet did their masters at some fancy business school. A sure sign of a genuine graduate is the need to brag about it on stock picking forum. xbox360...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Look at copper

I'm the same poster, just on a different account. Let me explain, shortly and simply: the vast majority of investable money is controlled by salaried investment managers whose performance is judged in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Yeah, maybe. I am just saying DRC won't likely put any money down themselves - it does not mean DRC won't deal with ivanhoe or zijin. DRC probably wants free ride into 15% share.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Look at copper

Lmao. What does deposit banks, clearly not investment banks, being able to borrow almost freely from central bank has to do anything with this? You are just too ignorant. I did my Master's at Rotman...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

DRC needs foreign money so they also have to make a deal with IVANHOE. In this case it s good that ZIING also is a 10% shareholder of the company and possibly the CHINESE government can negotiate on...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

I think Congo is just trying to get some free benefit out of everything that happens. They got 5% free, I never thought they'd pay anything to get additional 15%. They just want free money out of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Guaranteer1, I never thought of that (re: gov't wanting their 15% before the Zijin deal closes). Thanks for your thoughts. I'm still a little nervous since I can't decide if the Congo is just playing...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

I hate to say it,but I can almost see Congo's point of view, and why they are playing hardball. If the Zijin deal goes through, all of a sudden the "mutually agreeable price" for another 15...read more
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RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

wannabeinvestor wrote: Sure seems DRC is a tough environment in which to do business. My take is someone was not paid or offered enough by IVN or Zijin.  I wonder how can Glencore and Lundin manage...read more
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RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Sure seems DRC is a tough environment in which to do business. My take is someone was not paid or offered enough by IVN or Zijin.  I wonder how can Glencore and Lundin manage in this dump of a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Congo has a good deal already. THey have a right to buy another 15% of the project. IVN already spend alot of money in kamoa. Now, they are bringing a world class partner with lots of money...read more
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RE:RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

The Congo government is just playing the game. Do you think you get more leverage at a negotiating table if you don't say anything or if you talk about potential environment reviews/delays? All part...read more
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RE:Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Who is more corrupt, the gov  of mongolia or the gov of congo. Check it out on google. Still Friedland sold the mongolian project to Rio for billions. Shareholders made tons of money. Share price...read more
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Martin Kabwelulu, the Congo Minster of Mines

Congo is ridiculous. The place is so corrupt and lawless, Ivanhoe may lose its ownership claim altogether for Kipushi and Komoa in my view. These guys will just decree it back to the government or...read more
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News DRC and Kamoa

June 17, 2015 09:39 ET Ivanhoe Mines Addresses Concern of Two DRC Ministers, Reiterates Commitment to Negotiating an Agreement for the DRC Government to Acquire Up to a Further 15% Interest in the...read more
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NEWS: DRC & Kamoa

http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/ivanhoe-mines-addresses-concern-two-drc-ministers-reiterates-commitment-negotiating-tsx-ivn-2030614.htm  rate and reply