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No going back to the old normal before trade wars in Asia
No going back to the old normal before trade wars in Asia
Katharine Morton
20 March 2019

Corporate supply chains are now accommodating trade wars, but things will not go back to where they were once peace breaks out. Katharine Morton takes the Asian perspective on the new normal.

Aeris makes $575m offer for Glencore mine
20 March 2019

US sanctions Venezuela gold miner Minerven for backing Maduro
20 March 2019

Brazilian government likely to pay Petrobras $10bn in transfer-of-rights dispute
20 March 2019

Vitol's 2018 volumes rise, sees demand growing for 15 more years
19 March 2019

Kalium Lakes raises A$102m ECA-backed debt for Beyondie project
19 March 2019

Oil hits 2019 high as OPEC+ re-commits to cuts in the near term
19 March 2019

Petrobras names former Vale executive as new CFO
19 March 2019

Ukrlandfarming in talks for debt restructuring
18 March 2019

The coal miner who bet everything on US power markets and lost
18 March 2019

Glencore-Chevron merger approved by Competition Tribunal
18 March 2019

Newell joins Rabobank as senior counsel
15 March 2019

Eland Oil & Gas raises loan facility and borrowing base
15 March 2019

Advantage Lithium CEO charged in US college admissions scandal
15 March 2019

Metalloinvest sees revenue rise to $7.2bn
15 March 2019

Trafigura signs $2.05bn multi-currency RCF
14 March 2019

Exxaro Resources FY earnings jump on higher coal prices
14 March 2019

Roan Resources upsizes RCF to $750m
14 March 2019

Brazil, Petrobras in talks to prevent regional monopolies after refinery sales
14 March 2019

UK PRA publishes statement on credit risk mitigation policy, allays some concerns
13 March 2019

TXF FIT MasterZone to launch in Singapore on 9 May
TXF FIT MasterZone to launch in Singapore on 9 May
Katharine Morton
13 March 2019

TXF's Financing International Trade (FIT) MasterZone will have its inaugural outing in what is fast becoming the most dynamic and exciting hub for trade, treasury and risk in the world, Singapore. Join us for intensive expert briefings, technology updates and best practice roundtables

GasLog Partners closes $450m credit facility
13 March 2019

Sirius finds new financing for UK potash mine
13 March 2019

KEFI Minerals provides update on Tulu Kapi Gold Project in Ethiopia
13 March 2019

Victoria Gold secures funding to complete Yukon’s next gold mine
13 March 2019

JBIC signs MOU with Mexico's PEMEX
13 March 2019

Trafigura "shipping about 1m barrels of Asian gasoline, blendstocks to South America"
13 March 2019

Newcrest inks $65m JV deal with Greatland Gold
13 March 2019

Technology "steadily deepening international trade"
12 March 2019

Brexit worries loom large over investment in UK mining sector
12 March 2019

HNA weighs sale of stake in Glencore-backed HG Storage
12 March 2019

Klein joins LC Lite
12 March 2019

Sierra Metals closes $100m senior secured credit facility
12 March 2019

ECTP plans turnaround after losing $500m
12 March 2019

Polymetal: Ian Cockerill to become chair of board

Miner PTBA needs $5.8bn to finance downstream projects
11 March 2019

Kodal raises funds for Mali lithium project
11 March 2019

Rio Tinto talking to Apple on next step of carbon-free aluminum project
11 March 2019

Newcrest adds Canadian mine to its portfolio in $806m deal
11 March 2019

ECOM Agroindustrial Asia RCF refi nears close
8 March 2019

Yamana Gold to develop Argentina mine with Glencore, Goldcorp
8 March 2019

At Brazil's Petrobras, an uphill struggle to vanquish graft
8 March 2019

Detour Gold: Earnings dip, James Gowans resigns as chair
8 March 2019

Mozambican LNG: Upping the financing pressure
Mozambican LNG: Upping the financing pressure
Ross Crear
7 March 2019

Sponsors of two LNG projects in Mozambique are testing lender appetite and country limits with a potential $30 billion of combined debt to be financed by the end of 2019. Both will be ECA/DFI-backed – but one deal looks an easier sell than the other.

Rusal posts $17m Q4 net loss
7 March 2019

Rosneft opens trading arm in Singapore as part of Asian pivot
7 March 2019

Santos prices $600m bond
7 March 2019

BW Offshore wins approval to buy Brazil oilfield from Petrobras, Chevron
7 March 2019

Traders further build-in SDG principles and financing
Traders further build-in SDG principles and financing
Jonathan Bell
6 March 2019

Sustainability within commodity production and financing has been slow to properly kick-in. But changes are afoot, and many traders are now making valiant strides to ensure sustainability goals become a real part of their make-up. Jonathan Bell assesses some recent developments.

LNG exporters set to gain as US-China approach trade truce
6 March 2019