Mining companies aim to unearth equity capital

A lack of investment into mines in recent years has combined with returning demand for metals and energy and quantitative easing to raise resources prices once more. That is leading increasing numbers of resources companies to seek capital as they finally invest into expanding their operations.

  • 22 Nov 2010

Headlines have been replete with stories about tightening global bond yields and rising Asia equity markets over the past two months, but they’re not the only part of the financial markets heading upwards – the cost of natural resources are also moving at a rapid clip.

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