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Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd T.TRQ

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Primary Symbol: TRQ

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd is an international mining company focused on copper, gold and coal mines in the Asia Pacific region.
Price: $3.68 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -0.54%
Volume: 533,978 | Day High/Low: 3.73/3.63 | 52 Week High/Low: 5.34/3.20
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RE:RE:RE:Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure

The GoM appears to be in a state of disarray. How in hell can they make legitimate decisions when they are undergoing those factional disputes and a movement to  dismiss the prime minister for...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure

Good to see the new guy finally draw a line in the sand. It eventually happens in all drawn out negotiations. Enough is enough with these squabbling politicians. Rather than talking about patience I...read more
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RE:RE:Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure

I'm liking the reference to "there is a deal on the table" ... "Because after 18 months of conversation with the government, there is a deal on the table. We believe it is a well-balanced deal...read more
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RE:Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure

The short of it is that DONKS and GOM are being told that Tinto is getting tired of their game and they need to deliver or underground expansion gets put on ice. Tinto does not have a lot to loose...read more
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Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure

Rio cranks up Mongolian pressure Rio Tinto has said the potential $US5.4 billion ($6.1bn) expansion of the giant Oyu Tolgoi copper/gold mine in Mongolia is in the hands of the local government after...read more
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Rio Tinto has withheld $US4.2 billion needed to push ahead

October 22, 2014 Rio Tinto has withheld $US4.2 billion needed to push ahead with giant Mongolian copper venture Rio Tinto is leaving $US4.2 billion in financing needed to move forward its troubled...read more
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RE:RE:Rio turns up heat on Mongolia

"Either they want to do it or they don't want to do it," he said. "If they want to do it, we can move with pace, but it is really their call now."  rate and reply
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RE:Rio turns up heat on Mongolia

Rio copper boss Jean-Sebastien Jacques told Fairfax Media on Tuesday that the miner had not requested a formal extension to a lapsed deadline for project financing because the ball was in the...read more
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Rio turns up heat on Mongolia

The Australian-3 hours ago RIO Tinto has turned up the pressure on the Mongolian government to resolve the impasse over a $US5.4 billion ($6.1bn) development of the ... http://www.theaustralian.com...read more
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RE:RE:Re-Opened a Position Today

New developments in Mongolia – government restructure and new permitting regime 21 October 2014 In brief: The Mongolian Government has been particularly active in the first half of October...read more
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RE:Re-Opened a Position Today

No volume either. Are we waiting for a new mining minister?appointment is imminent.  rate and reply
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Re-Opened a Position Today

With the tax issue largely resolved, GoM gave up any leverage they had. I suspect we haven't seen an extension b/c a deal is imminent. Fingers crossed. Making a bet on "it's too damn quiet" theory.  rate and reply
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RE:Prime Minister of Mongolia ?!

On October 17, 2014, MP D. Khayankhyarvaa, MP Ya Sodbaatar, MP N Nomtoibayar and MP Oh Khurelbaatar representing some 28 Members of the State Great Khural (Parliament) have submitted a Letter of...read more
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Prime Minister of Mongolia ?!

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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Time for serious business around the corner...

I gain nothing from seeing oil stocks decimated from the Saudi's trying to put small producers out of business and neither do I gain anything from watching Rio Tinto in a power play scheme to dominate...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Time for serious business around the corner...

Well Racing when you are still making 100% over your costs, its only a distressed price for others and as for the Saudi's, they are playing the same game as Tinto Vale and BHP as the Saudi's are the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Time for serious business around the corner...

Doesn't make sense to flood the market with even more cheap iron ore when you can make the same amount of money and spend no cash on expansion just by doing nothing. What if Rio Tinto is wrong and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Time for serious business around the corner...

Tinto is by far the lowest cost producer of Iron Ore - they can produce ore for under $30 per ton and so are quite profitable at selling at todays prices ($80 per ton) and even lower. BHP and then...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Time for serious business around the corner...

Rio Tinto is being cautious and with good reason having had first hand experience with the Mongols shoot first, ask questions later style of doing business with foreign investors but there can be no...read more
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Informal process of Dialogue and Cooperation

On October 17, 2014, the 10th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) concluded in Milan, Italy and the Heads of State and Government unanimously agreed to convene the 11th ASEM Summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia...read more

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