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Exxaro Resources Ltd (EXXJ.J)

EXXJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

15,336.98ZAc
16 Nov 2018
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321.98 (+2.14%)
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Exxaro Resources Sees HY HEPS Between 1160 Cents To 1270 Cents Per Share
Wednesday, 8 Aug 2018 

Aug 8 (Reuters) - Exxaro Resources Ltd ::HEPS FOR SIX-MONTH PERIOD ENDED 30 JUNE 2018 ARE EXPECTED TO BE BETWEEN 1 160 CENTS PER SHARE AND 1 270 CENTS PER SHARE.  Full Article

Exxaro Resources sees FY 2017 coal capex to increase by 50 pct
Friday, 24 Nov 2017 

Nov 24 (Reuters) - EXXARO RESOURCES LTD ::‍EXPECT COAL CAPEX TO INCREASE BY 50% COMPARED TO FY16, MAINLY DUE TO TIMING OF SUSTAINING AND EXPANSION CAPEX AT GROOTEGELUK​.ON ‍PRODUCTION FRONT CO'S COAL BUSINESS CONTINUED TO BE RESILIENT WITH AN INCREASE OF 8% IN PRODUCTION VOLUMES FORECAST ​.‍EXPENDITURE FOR FYE17 IS EXPECTED TO BE 4% LOWER THAN THAT GUIDED IN AUGUST 2017, PRIMARILY AS A RESULT OF TIMING IN CAPEX SPENDING​.  Full Article

Exxaro Resources completes sale of Tronox shares
Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017 

Oct 11 (Reuters) - Exxaro Resources Ltd ::Disposal of a portion of Exxaro's investment in Tronox​.Completed its sale of 22.4 million class a ordinary shares of Tronox Limited​.  Full Article

Exxaro Resources announces ‍pricing of upsized offering of 19.5 mln shares of Tronox at $22/shr
Thursday, 5 Oct 2017 

Oct 5 (Reuters) - Exxaro Resources Ltd :‍PRICING OF ITS UPSIZED OFFERING IN UNITED STATES OF 19,500,000 CLASS A ORDINARY SHARES OF TRONOX LIMITED.‍UPSIZED OFFERING PRICED AT USD 22.00 PER SHARE​.EXPECTED NET PROCEEDS TO EXXARO WILL BE APPROXIMATELY USD 412 MLN​.  Full Article

South Africa's Exxaro looks to fill Eskom coal shortage

JOHANNESBURG, Oct 12 South African miner Exxaro Resources said on Friday it was looking to supply coal to state-owned power utility Eskom, which has been hit by supply shortages, posing a threat to the power supply in Africa's most industrialised economy.