Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ADR (AGPPY) - OTCPK - Current
  • Sep. 9, 2015, 7:52 AM
    • Sibanye Gold (NYSE:SBGL) agrees to acquire the Rustenberg platinum mining and concentrating operations in South Africa from Anglo American Platinum (OTCPK:AGPPY, OTCPK:AGPPF) for at least 4.5B rand ($331M).
    • The deal involves an upfront payment of 1.5B rand, with a minimum deferred payment of 3B rand, equal to 35% of cash flow generated by the operations, making 20B rand the maximum potential value of the deal.
    • The sale allows Amplats, which had considered separately listing the mines, to focus on shallower, lower cost and more mechanized operations as platinum prices fall to multi-year lows.
    • For SBGL, the deal will boost future cash flow to pay dividends if the miner can lower costs and raise production as has happened at four aging gold mines.
    • SBGL +3.9% premarket.
    | Sep. 9, 2015, 7:52 AM
  • Jul. 21, 2014, 4:36 AM
    • Anglo American's (OTCPK:AAUKY) subsidiary, Amplats, is planning to sell its Union mine, Rustenburg operations and a joint venture in South Africa.
    • The move will reduce the miner's staff count by 20k, and follows a continuous five-month strike against the company by the AMCU union.
    • The mine is expected to be sold to Sibanye Gold (NYSE:SBGL), whose CEO Neal Froneman announced a wish for a platinum deal before the end of the year.
    • ETFs: PPLT, PTM, PLTM, PGM
    | Jul. 21, 2014, 4:36 AM
  • Nov. 4, 2011, 4:47 AM

    Anglo American (AGPPY.PK) agrees to buy the Oppenheimer family's 40% stake in De Beers for $5.1B, thereby increasing its stake to 85%. However, the Botswana government has a pre-emption right over the Oppenheimer holding that would lift its stake to 25% and limit Anglo American to 75%. (PR)

    | Nov. 4, 2011, 4:47 AM | 3 Comments
Company Description
Anglo Platinum Ltd. is the holding company for a group of companies which operate platinum mines. In addition to platinum, the group mines and produces platinum group metals such as palladium, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium, osmium, nickel, copper and cobalt.
Industry: Gold
Country: South Africa