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impala platinum holdings ltd (IPHB) Snapshot

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€7.19
Previous Close
€7.67
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€7.61
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52 Week High
09/19/13 - €9.99
52 Week Low
07/18/14 - €7.01
Market Cap
4.8B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.1K
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Shares Outstanding
632.2M
EX-Date
03/3/14
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impala platinum holdings ltd (IPHB) Details

Impala Platinum Holdings Limited is engaged in mining, refining, processing, and marketing platinum group metals and associated base metals. The company primarily produces platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, nickel, copper, and cobalt. It has operations on the PGM-bearing orebodies of the Bushveld Complex in South Africa and the Great Dyke in Zimbabwe. The company also purchases chrome in tailings, and processes and sells the chrome concentrate, as well as provides third-party refining services. Impala Platinum Holdings Limited is headquartered in Illovo, South Africa.

impala platinum holdings ltd (IPHB) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, ...
Total Annual Compensation: R6.4M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: R3.8M
Group Executive of Growth Projects & Consulti...
Total Annual Compensation: R4.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

impala platinum holdings ltd (IPHB) Key Developments

Impala, Anglo And Lonmin Reportedly Mull Sale Of Platinum Mines

Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. (JSE:IMP), Anglo American Platinum Limited (JSE:AMS) and Lonmin plc (LSE:LMI) are reportedly considering closing or selling platinum mines in South Africa after a five-month strike decimated output and left some sites potentially unsafe. Neal Froneman, Chief Executive Officer of Sibanye Gold Limited (JSE:SGL) said the inequality, violence, high costs and low productivity that plague South Africa’s mining industry are creating an opportunity to buy platinum assets on the cheap. “We have five targets that we’re actively working on,” Froneman said in an interview. “We’re one of the very few companies that has the operating credibility to do this and the capacity to do it.” Froneman is looking at mines valued by their owners at about ZAR 5 billion ($467 million) to ZAR 10 billion. He doesn’t plan to pay that much.

Anglo American Platinum Limited, Impala Platinum Holdings Limited and Lonmin plc Receive Written Feedback from Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union

Anglo American Platinum Limited, Impala Platinum Holdings Limited and Lonmin Plc can confirm that each company has received written feedback from Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union president Joseph Mathunjwa. This follows an 'in principle' agreement reached between the companies and AMCU leadership last week. AMCU committed to take this agreement to their members at the various mass meetings to receive a mandate from their members to sign an agreement. The letters received from AMCU confirmed that the union had received a mandate from its members to finalize agreements with the companies that would bring an end to the five-month strike. The letters raise various procedural issues, such as the timeframe of proposed agreements, which the companies are willing to discuss with the union leadership. Regrettably, however, the letters also contain new and additional demands which, if granted, would mean huge additional costs -of around R1 billion in aggregate - to the companies, beyond the increases contained in the 'in principle' agreements. The companies simply cannot afford the additional wage demands. Engagement with AMCU on their latest demands is ongoing. The goal remains a sustainable solution beneficial to all stakeholders. The companies confirm that there has been a return to the platinum belt region of large numbers of employees who have spent the strike period elsewhere.

Anglo American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Lonmin Reach Principle Deal to End Strike

Anglo American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Lonmin announced that they have reached 'in principle undertakings' with union leaders which could end a crippling strike. Union leaders will seek a mandate from their members to accept offers on pay and conditions and if this is given, 'it will bring to an end the 21-week long strike'.

 

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